prop-015: Should APNIC allocate global unicast IPv6 address space to ‘unconnected’ networks?
This is a proposal to permit APNIC Secretariat continue to allocate global IPv6 space to organisations in accordance with the criteria stated in the ‘IPv6 allocation and assignment policy’ to both networks that are to be connected to the global IPv6 Internet and to unconnected networks
|Current status||Policy active.|
|Discussion document||Should APNIC allocate global unicast IPv6 address space to ‘unconnected’ networks?|
|Relevant forum||Policy SIG|
|Posting to mailing list||19 January 2004||Announced|
|Presentation at APNIC meeting||25 February 2004||Approved by consensus at APNIC 17|
|Comment period on mailing list||8 March 2004||
Comments closed 3 May 2004
|Endorsed||14 May 2004||Endorsed|
|Implementation||14 May 2004||Interim policy document|
|Draft document review period||15 July 2004||Draft policy document
Document review closed 11 August 2004.
|Official documentation||16 August 2004||IPv6 Address Allocation and Assignment Policy|