IPv6 Deployment (Was: Re: NANOG 40 agenda posted)

JORDI PALET MARTINEZ jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Wed May 30 07:16:19 UTC 2007

But now PI is there, no more restrictions in the path, so they can use
"traditional" multihoming :-)


> De: Donald Stahl <don at calis.blacksun.org>
> Responder a: <owner-nanog at merit.edu>
> Fecha: Tue, 29 May 2007 20:53:36 -0400 (EDT)
> Para: JORDI PALET MARTINEZ <jordi.palet at consulintel.es>
> CC: Nanog <nanog at nanog.org>
> Asunto: IPv6 Deployment (Was: Re: NANOG 40 agenda posted)
>> We do have dual stack in all our customer sites, and at the time being
>> didn't got complains or support calls that may be considered due to the
>> AAAA.
> So far everyone who has contacted me has generally reported a positive
> experience with their transitions.
> The biggest complaints so far have come from end users who want to
> multihome and will be unable to do so under IPv6 due to allocation
> restrictions.
> End user sites seem to be of the opinion that they have enough addresses
> and that IP shortages are the ISP's problem. They don't want to spend
> money on upgrades only to wind up with a lesser service than they already
> have- and that's a fair criticism.
> Does it make sense to allow early adopters to multi-home and "punish"
> those who delay by making it significantly harder? Would that help? Hurt?
> Accomplish nothing?
> Regarding the prefix filters-
> Do /32 filters make sense given the ISP allocation of /32 or would a /34
> filter (for example) make sense to allow for very limited deaggregation
> (to make moves and transitions easier- or to allow better traffic
> balances)- or is this just asking for problems? I'm just curious about
> opinions and by no means trying to start a flame war.
> -Don

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