[LACNIC/Politicas] Next proposal to discuss: LAC-2007-01 Modifications to the IPv6 Prefix Initial Allocation Policy
Carlos Marcelo Martinez Cagnazzo
carlosm3011 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 18:30:16 BRT 2010
We've discussed this in the past, and I basically agree with the
policy proposal and with Moreiras's comment. However, I keep
wondering if RIRs should / should not suggest a minimum prefix length
to be announced. Maybe it's too late to discuss this (Nicolas?), but I
believe it could be worth giving it a thought.
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 8:54 PM, Antonio M. Moreiras <moreiras at nic.br> wrote:
> APNIC also reached consensus into a similar proposal in their last
> meeting, it is on the final eight-week comment period now:
> I agree with this proposal. Aggregation is a technical issue that should
> be fostered by LACNIC, but not imposed by the allocation policy.
> Scott Leibrand escreveu:
>> FYI, the ARIN community came to consensus and made a similar change
>> last year:
>> On Wed 4/7/2010 4:47 PM, Nicolas Antoniello wrote:
>>> The next policy proposed for discussion is: "LAC-2007-01
>>> Modifications to
>>> the IPv6 Prefix Initial Allocation Policy".
>>> You may find the complete policy proposal at:
>>> We are counting on each and every one of you to achieve consensus on
>>> matter. For this, we would like to try to define the forum's position on
>>> this policy before Friday April 16, 2010.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Nicolas Antoniello
>>> Francisco Arias
>>> LACNIC Public Policy Forum co-Chairs
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