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[6bone] proposal for transfer of 6bone address management responsibilities to RIRs

Hi Gert,

No this wasn't my point. Sorry not to make it clear before.

I'm not talking about a "regular" individual, as they will get it from the ISP, and the market is plenty of a good competition to
regulate it. Nevertheless, this is IPv4 world, and I'm not quite sure if we will get the same case with IPv6 ;-)

I'm talking about an SME or corporate, that may not need to work with an ISP, because they can need direct connectivity to a Telco.
They may qualify for a prefix, but they don't want to become a LIR, why they don't have the right to get a prefix. The case is
difficult to see now, because the IPv4 restrictions, but I'm sure it will happen more and more with IPv6.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Gert Doering" <[email protected]>
To: "JORDI PALET MARTINEZ" <[email protected]>
Cc: <[email protected]>
Sent: Friday, August 23, 2002 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: [6bone] proposal for transfer of 6bone address management responsibilities to RIRs

> hi,
> On Fri, Aug 23, 2002 at 06:37:01PM +0200, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ wrote:
> > IPv6 address space MUST be a global resource,
> > available for FREE.
> While this is a nice idea - from the global *routing* perspective, you do
> certainly *NOT* want "everybody and their friends" to be able to get
> their own globally visible address block.
> Right now, it's important to push IPv6, but in the long run, I *want*
> restrictions on "who can get IPv6 blocks from the RIR".
> > I always say IPv6 is FREEDOM, and following the same rule as in IPv4,
> > it WILL NOT BE.
> There are certain technical constraints that you can't argue away.
> Gert Doering
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