prop-087: IPv6 address allocation for deployment purposes
|Synopsis||This is a proposal to add alternative criteria for receiving a larger than /32 initial IPv6 allocation during the initial IPv6 deployment phase (from now until 2013). Under this proposal, a network can justify more than a /32 if the network is using deployment protocol described in a RFC.|
|Relevant forum||Policy SIG|
|Status at other RIRs||
ARIN has two related draft policies under discussion, 2010-9: IPv6 for 6rd, and 2010-12: IPv6 Subsequent Allocation.
RIPE has discussed the possibility of a proposal for a policy for 6rd,
There has been no similar discussion in AfriNIC or LACNIC.
|26 July 2010||Submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.|
|26 August 2010||Presented at APNIC 30 Policy SIG. Did not reach consensus.|
|31 August 2010||Returned to the Policy SIG for further discussion.|
|2 August 2011||Withdrawn by the author.|