Global IPv6 (IANA -> RIR) policy question
david.conrad at icann.org
Thu Jul 20 17:03:31 UTC 2006
[Apologies for duplicates]
IANA has been asked to provide input to ICANN's board on the RIR-
consensus global IPv6 allocation policy (see http://www.icann.org/
announcements/announcement-14jul06.htm for details), so I'm looking
to understand what folks in the operational community think.
One question would be the choice of /12 as the minimum allocation
size for IANA to allocate IPv6 addresses to the RIRs. Do folks
a) just right
b) too little
c) too much
d) why are you annoying me with this?
Another question: does your answer change with changes to either a
more conservative HD ratio or a longer minimum end user prefix length?
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