Deploying IPv6 globally
JMacleod at alentus.com
Tue May 31 15:51:55 UTC 2011
I have done this several times for NA orgs with global sites with ARIN and for EU orgs with global sites with RIPE.
ARIN were fine, RIPE just excluded any non-RIPE governed locations from the calculation criteria, however they were granted on all counts.
From: Joel Jaeggli [joelja at bogus.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 4:54 PM
To: eric clark
Cc: NANOG list
Subject: Re: Deploying IPv6 globally
At a previous company my pi assigment request included our overseas sites. the bulk of the assignment and the business unit making the request were based in north america. resulting request was for a /43.
On May 31, 2011, at 8:36 AM, eric clark wrote:
> Many North American based organizations operate with their ARIN issued BGP
> AS distributed globally.
> When I discussed obtaining IPv6 space from ARIN a few years ago, they told
> me to submit an individual request for each of my sites (and they'd issue a
> /48 or larger based on the site). This is the process I've been following,
> until now, for my North American sites...
> My question is, has anyone started deploying ARIN IP space to their global
> offices? If so, how are you registering those sites with ARIN?
> Or did they tell you something else?
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