prop-076: Requiring aggregation for IPv6 subsequent allocations

Proposal textprop-076-v001 
SynopsisThis is a proposal to make it a condition that LIRs aggregate subsequent IPv6 allocations that they receive from APNIC. 
Current statusWithdrawn by authors. See prop-082 for proposal by same authors that incorporates feedback from APNIC 28. 
AuthorsTomohiro Fujisaki
Akira Nakagawa
Toshio Tachibana
Fuminori Tanizaki
 
Relevant forumPolicy SIG 
Previous versionsNA 
Status at other RIRs

LACNIC: The LACNIC community is currently discussing 2007-01: Modifications to the IPv6 Prefix Initial Allocation Policy, which would remove the requirement to announce an initial allocation as a single prefix in favour of announcing the prefix with the minimum possible level of disaggregation.

RIPE: The RIPE community is currently discussing 2009-06: Removing Routing Requirements from the IPv6 Address Allocation Policy.

AfriNIC and ARIN: Initial IPv6 allocation criteria in both these regions require a plan to aggregate, with no requirement for aggregation for subsequent allocation criteria. Neither RIR is has any proposal to modify these criteria.

 
Proposal history 
DateDescription 
29 July 2009Submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion. 
27 August 2009Returned for further discussion of the aggregation issue after discussion at APNIC 28. 
19 February 2010Withdrawn by authors. See prop-082 for proposal by same authors that incorporates feedback from APNIC 28.