[ipv6-wg] The Pope gets IPv6 PA space (not PI :)
Florian Weimer fw at deneb.enyo.de
Sun Apr 30 23:14:47 CEST 2006
* Gert Doering: >> How are they going to fullfil the requirements of the "200 /48 >> assignments to other organisations" rule? > > I'm sure there are 200 different organizations inside the Vatican. Sure, they can assign an /48 to every inhabitant. 8-> >> By the way, what happened to 2003::/19? A /19 for just a few dozen >> /48s? > > I'm not sure what you smoked today, but it must have been something > funny. Who claims that the /19 is "for a few dozen /48s"? The RIPE WHOIS server does. Well, they still have got a year to carry out their promised business plan involving 200 assignments. > In the short run maybe, but that's not the goal anyway. Huh? The goal is 200 assignments within two years. If it were strictly enforced, LIRs would simply assign prefixes to their employees (and if there aren't enough, to their pets), but this is probably not in the spirit of that rule. To me, this just illustrates that LIRs are as good as end users when it comes to responsibility for global resource consumption.
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