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Meeting on IPv6 Address Allocation Policy
- Subject: Meeting on IPv6 Address Allocation Policy
- From: [email protected] (Jim Bound)
- Date: Mon, 08 Mar 1999 10:13:48 -0500
- In-reply-to: Your message of "Mon, 08 Mar 1999 11:22:00 GMT." <[email protected]>
>A multihomed IPv6 site would be expected to have multiple
>prefixes, possibly taken from multiple TLAs. But multihoming
>is a very hard problem, and we can't afford to delay the start
>of IPv6 address assignment in the hope that someone solves it.
>What we are talking about is not *whether* subTLA assignment
>starts in April, but what the assignment guidelines are *when*
Exactly. It is time to provide IPv6 addresses.
I also now agree with IAB response to the previous paper I looked at
that /29 should be allocated for the sub-TLA's.
And all the quantity reqs for startup and references at least need to be
Also though I support conservation, initially we need to make sure
efforts like 6REN do not have to jump thru major hoops to get started,
which are good for Ipv6 and a real need for 6REN customers outside of
WHere will this paper be discussed at Minneapolis? Or will it not and