Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Policy for Allocation of IPv6 Blocks to Regional Internet Registries
a. Arguments supporting the proposal:
There is no current policy for allocating IPv6 address space from the IANA to RIRs. This proposal would define such a policy.
The IANA currently allocates /23s to RIRs. Experience has demonstrated that the current fixed allocation size is too small and does not allow for efficient and effective management of the resource by the RIRs.
This proposal is for a global policy, and as such, it is identical to proposals that have been discussed in other regions.
b. Arguments opposing the proposal: