[arin-ppml] Against 2013-4
jschiller at google.com
Wed Jun 5 12:04:01 EDT 2013
+1 to what Owen said or to put it another way...
This draft suggests both conservation and aggregation are conflicting goals
that need the appropriate balance. The appropriate balance is not defined
here but a little guidance is given, and it is expected that current (and
ARIN policy will consider this and attempt to strike
the appropriate balance.
It provides advice that specifics of the protocol such as the size address
space, or availability will influence where the proper balance is.
"...because the IPv6 number space is orders of magnitude larger than the
number space, the scale tips away from efficient utilization towards
aggregation for IPv6 number resources."
The community has already decided that End Sites should get a minimum of an
IPv6 /48 as a direct allocation from ARIN, if they have a justified need
for PI space.
In other words a single IPv6 host, connected to a single IPv6 router with a
globally unique ASN and multi-homed to two providers is considered
sufficient justification of need for a PI IPv6 block, and thus qualifies
the organization for a /48.
For ISP assignments to end-site /64 up to a /48 is supported, and /48 is
encouraged, and can be done with no utilization penalty.
I don't see a conflict here.
On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 10:55 PM, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
> > For example: Pay for quantity of resources. Or: demonstration
> > of meaningful plan to utilize resources.
> Please explain to me how you distinguish between current "needs-basis"
> IPv6 policy and "demonstration of meaningful plan to utilize".
> > When we are talking about resources you might need in 5 years; this
> > is not about "needs basis", but about reasonable future
> > projections.
> The term needs basis as applied to current IPv6 policy is basically that.
> While you can make the argument that it isn't technically "need", but
> "reasonable anticipation of need", it is what is in place today and what we
> tend to mean when we refer to "needs basis".
> > Characterizing opponents as "vocal minority with an agenda"
> > in that manner is so disingenuous...
> I will point out that this particular claim has been made by both sides of
> this debate against the other.
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Jason Schiller|NetOps|jschiller at google.com|571-266-0006
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