[ipv6hackers] the end is near (or for IPv6: the beginning)
trejrco at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 15:09:56 CET 2014
> Owen DeLong <owend at he.net> wrote:
> > B: Not true at all. IPv6 paperwork is very easy. For an end user, it
> boils down to:
> > 1. I am multihomed.
> > 2. I have X sites.
> It's a greenfield.
> You can't have multiple sites, because, they haven't been built yet.
> You can't be multihomed, because you haven't any address space yet.
> Of sure, you can show all sorts of contracts for construction, but that
> hardly helps the next google get off the ground with an IPv6-only killer
That didn't sound quite complete, so I looked ... NRPM 6522c:
"Provide ARIN a reasonable technical justification indicating why an
allocation is necessary. Justification must include the intended purposes
for the allocation and describe the network infrastructure the allocation
will be used to support. Justification must also include a plan detailing
anticipated assignments to other organizations or customers for one, two
and five year periods, with a minimum of 50 assignments within 5 years."
It sounds like you should easily be able to provide 1-2-5 year information?
Certainly, the Next Google could do so ...
Am I missing something?
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