[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-137 Global Policy for post exhaustion IPv4 allocation mechanisms by the IANA
farmer at umn.edu
Thu Mar 17 01:47:15 EDT 2011
On 3/13/11 15:08 CDT, Jeffrey Lyon wrote:
> No, I would like to take whatever measures necessary to make sure that
> IANA never touches IPv4 space, ever again.
Too late, IANA still has some bits of IPv4.
From the transcript of the APNIC meeting three weeks ago;
> Leo Vegoda: We actually appear to have about a /20 in bits and pieces of /24, which I think would be the seed for any reclamation pool were such a policy to be passed.
> Of course, if people don't want us to allocate those eight, I think it is, /24s, then we can probably just pass them out to staff and, you know, sort it out that way. In any case, we do have very small bits currently waiting for a policy. It's not really very much, so you probably don't want to go through a lot of effort just to get that /20. In any case, there is some space in /24s and no one is using it at the moment.
Should we leave them in jail at IANA? Or, put together a simple policy
that allows them out of jail to be put to use?
> On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 3:55 PM, Matthew Petach<mpetach at netflight.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 12:45 PM, Jeffrey Lyon
>> <jeffrey.lyon at blacklotus.net> wrote:
>>> .. but they shouldn't be returned to IANA so we don't need a mechanism
>>> for ensuring that anything happens when, in theory, the undesirable
>>> I'm still opposed.
>>> Best regards, Jeff
>> So, you'd rather any addresses that happen to end up back with
>> IANA get stranded there in perpetuity?
>> *shrug* I guess that's one more push for people to move to v6 instead. ;-P
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