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

scott scott at solarnetone.org
Wed Nov 6 18:28:00 EST 2019


Hi John,

> I installed IPv6 on our OpenVMS systems in 2011 (or maybe earlier, 2011 
> is when I got our IPv6 block through SixXs and the VMS systems were the 
> first ones I configured for IPv6.)
>

:)

> Unfortunately, neither of our ISPs has IPv6 available in our area yet, 
> though they both claim to be rolling it out.  (One of them has been 
> making that claim for 8 years!)

Similar problems with last miles in my area as well.  That said, since 
SIXXS sunset there are other tunnel brokers who will reallocate a /48 to 
you or peer with you to route your RIR allocated /48 or better under 
similar terms.

>
> I suppose that would qualify us for the "not available yet" exception, 
> if we needed more IPv4, which we really don't.

And per above, you can still have all you can eat v6, if you so choose.

Scott


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