[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2019-19: Require IPv6 Before Receiving Section 8 IPv4 Transfers
fhfrediani at gmail.com
Wed Nov 6 19:23:25 EST 2019
On 06/11/2019 20:40, Michel Py wrote:
> None of my customers have IPv6. None of my suppliers have IPv6. My current upstream does not have IPv6. If Google goes IPv6-only, I will find another search engine that values my business. There are ZERO others that I wish to connect to that require me to install IPv6. I have ZERO need for IPv6 and I won't have any for the foreseeable future. The only thing that IPv6 could do for me is to waste my resources configuring it.
The reason companies like Google have interest in IPv6 deployment is
simply to get more people connected to the internet which will certainly
not happen in scenarios like yours. Also not sure if you know but Google
isn't only a search engine anymore for quiet a while.
> If such policy comes to pass, it will be challenged. ARIN has no business forcing me to spend time to configure IPv6 in order for me to administer IPv4 resources.
Are you going to challenge ARIN in the court because you don't like the
policy and the well established policy making process that you signed a
contract agreeing with ?
I don't understand why you keep the saying ARIN is "forcing" you to
something. This proposal will not force anyone to deploy IPv6, just add
an extra condition for those willing to receive more IPv4, therefore it
> This proposal is flawed. Forcing people to register IPv6 prefixes so the IPv6 deployment figures look better. It's a lie.
> It's a lie to make some numbers look good.
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