[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-178 Regional Use of Resources
alh-ietf at tndh.net
Mon Jul 16 14:59:45 EDT 2012
Owen DeLong wrote:
> On Jul 15, 2012, at 1:22 PM, Jimmy Hess wrote:
> > On 7/15/12, David Farmer <farmer at umn.edu> wrote:
> >> creates an unacceptable danger that people may implement IPv6 using
> >> separate unaggregatable prefixes from multiple RIRs. When they may
> >> be
> > Prefixes from other RIRs are aggregable along the Geographical address
> > assignment hierarchy lines.
> > Aggregation of all prefixes to outside RIR region X to one route
> > for external Region X.
> > "One global prefix" is in conflict with better efficiency achieved
> > through that method.
> > --
> > -JH
> That's not universally true. If you operate a highly efficient backbone
> network, you actually get greatest efficiency from accepting your traffic
> hot potato basis and controlling it across your own network as soon as
> possible. Advertising a single global prefix facilitates that quite well.
This highlights why it is insane to restrict a resource to 'only for use
within the allocating region'.
> The backbone operator should have the choice and this proposal
> accomplishes exactly that... Either number your global network out of a
> single RIR (mostly) or number your network out of each region (mostly)
> room for some flexibility to accommodate the differences between
> theoretical optimizations and real world deployments.
And the 'flexibility' creates ambiguity, which in turn leads to conflict,
which in turn makes the proposed language unenforceable. Simplify and make
the requirement 'must justify existing global resource use against policy of
the RIR being asked'.
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