[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2019-19: Require IPv6 Before Receiving Section 8 IPv4 Transfers

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Wed Nov 6 14:20:25 EST 2019


Arin also does not have to allow you to transfer any new IPv4 addresses to 
your Org either.  It is perfectly reasonable for ARIN to set forth 
conditions that Orgs must meet in order to receive IPv4 resources. There 
are already several other conditions in place.  This proposal simply adds 
one more, with an "out" if you indeed are someplace without IPv6.

If you choose to ignore IPv6, I think it is reasonable for ARIN to tell 
you no new IPv4 addresses for you.

I personally think it is not responsible in todays world to NOT have IPv6 
in place in your network. Already, there exists IPv6 networks that your 
IPv4 only world cannot reach.  You may choose to sue ARIN for not allowing 
you to have any more numbers without an IPv6 network, but I doubt you will 
ever get anywhere in Court with that argument.

Albert Erdmann
Network Administrator
Paradise On Line Inc.

On Wed, 6 Nov 2019, Michel Py wrote:

> I oppose this proposal. If I am ever in a position where ARIN is trying to force me to request or use IPv6, I will sue ARIN for imposing an undue burden.
>
> I am serious. If ARIN generates more work for me, I will explore all options to be compensated.
>
> Michel.
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