[arin-ppml] [Fwd: Draft Policy 2011-5: Shared Transition Spacefor IPv4 Address Extension]

George Bonser gbonser at seven.com
Sat Feb 26 01:21:56 EST 2011

> >>
> >> George:
> >>
> >> When you say "people", do you include non-service providers?  Do
> >> think
> >> that even if we mark the space for "service providers" only, that
> that
> >> note
> >> will be ignored?
> >>
> >> Frank
> >
> > Yes, I believe it will be ignored.  Particularly outside of the ARIN
> > region, it will be views as additional "free" space but inside as
> well.
> >
> I see where that becomes potentially inconvenient for service
> and their customers in those regions, but, otherwise, I don't see harm
> in this fact.
> Owen

Right, it won't do any harm, it will just be another additional bit of
pain thrown on the pile of other bits of pain for people who continue to
use v4.  It can be worked around which is why I don't outright oppose
it, it isn't going to do any harm.  And I can't think of a better way
off the top of my head short of using Class E, which would be the
"right" way to do this, in my opinion, but has its own sets of issues.

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