How is IPv6 deployment going in the APNIC region?

Skeeve Stevens Skeeve at eintellego.net
Thu Apr 14 17:04:20 CDT 2011


All… as of early this morning, APNIC is empty.

Last /8 Policy is now in effect.


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On 15/04/11 7:01 AM, "Iljitsch van Beijnum" <iljitsch at muada.com<mailto:iljitsch at muada.com>> wrote:

On 14 apr 2011, at 13:02, Iljitsch van Beijnum wrote:

Based on that file, APNIC still has 17.57 million regular + 2.27 M legacy = 19.84 M total address space, so another 0.5 M wouldn't deplete what's left.

I just got the 15 apr file which has the info for 14 apr (sigh...) and indeed 1100 blocks adding up to 0.52 million addresses were given out today. And that still leaves 2.27 million legacy addresses available, including all of 43.224.0.0/11 except 43.244 and 43.253, as well as 0.34 million non-legacy, non-103/8 addresses.

103/8 is apparently going to be the special final /8. It's still wide open except a /16, a /22 and a /24 that are registered to the debogon project (as of a week and a half ago).




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