[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2013-3: Tiny IPv6 Allocations for ISPs
farmer at umn.edu
Fri Apr 5 12:47:49 EDT 2013
On 4/5/13 11:37 , Seth Mattinen wrote:
> On 4/5/13 9:31 AM, David Farmer wrote:
>> On 4/5/13 11:24 , Seth Mattinen wrote:
>>> On 4/4/13 3:53 PM, David Farmer wrote:
>>>> If the lower ones go a way then, as was said no one in their right mind
>>>> would choose /36 or /40. I can't imagine anything smaller, I just
>>>> see room for more changes one the smaller side. At least without
>>>> changing the IPv6 architecture and the /64 subnet standard, and that
>>>> would be a big enough change that a whole bunch of assumptions need to
>>>> change not just this one.
>>> I would want to see verbiage in the policy that would immediately
>>> revoke/revert it if any fee schedule changes are made. If we're going to
>>> start making policy based on the fees then we should have to rerun them
>>> through the them the PDP anytime the fees they are based on change.
>> I'm not going to include that right now but I will raise that question
>> at the Barbados meeting.
> I see no reason to have a policy motivated strictly by fees to remain
> after fee changes that may or may not negate it, and to determine that
> it should go back through the PDP. Otherwise we're just cluttering the
> NRPM with irrelevant policy.
This would essentially be a sunset-clause, we had issues the last time
we tried on of those. I'm not saying we can't or shouldn't do it but
that I want more input before I add one into this policy.
Note: we can't adopt this after Barbados it has to come back to the
policy consultation at NANOG in June as a Recommended Draft Policy
before it can be adopted.
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