[arin-ppml] Transition /10
andrew.dul at quark.net
Tue Oct 20 12:38:19 EDT 2015
The ARIN community previously considered these ideas under 2014-16, but changing the /10 to something other than transition never had sufficient support for the AC to move it forward.
> On Oct 20, 2015, at 5:35 PM, Morizot Timothy S <Timothy.S.Morizot at irs.gov> wrote:
> Thanks for the clarifications. In that context, assuming a new entrant is deploying IPv6, wouldn't the current policy allow them to request allocations to support that deployment. It specifically mentions needs like dual-stacked nameservers and various IPv4 life extension solutions. If a new entrant *isn't* deploying IPv6 from the start, do we really want to support them with a free pool allocation? For any needs beyond those described in the policy, there's the transfer market. I don't know that I have particularly strong feelings either way, but if we're going to reserve any general use pool at all rather than simply handing it all out to meet current need, I think it's better to tie it to demonstrated IPv6 deployment.
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> From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Spears, Christopher M.
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> To: Hadenfeldt, Andrew C
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> Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Transition /10
> NRPM 4.10  dedicated /10 for IPv6 "transition"..
> I tossed a similar idea around with some folks at ARIN36. Use this /10 to allocate a /24 per **new** Org, and steer subsequent transactions to transfers. That would ensure IPv4 for ~16K **new** entrants in the coming years..
>  https://www.arin.net/policy/nrpm.html#four10
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