IAB/IESG Recommendations on IPv6 Address Delegation
Fred Baker fred at cisco.com
Wed Sep 13 15:51:08 CEST 2000
At 10:27 AM 9/12/00 +0200, Turchanyi Geza wrote: >ADDRESS ALLOCATION POLICY will be reviewed every five years. If different >address allocation policy will be set up for any reason, then all >subscribers and providers having already address space should adopt >themselves to the new policy within TEN years, the latest. If they do not >adopt, their not properly allocated address space will be >blocked from the global routing. that's probably not unreasonable. However, that's not mine to say, I don't think. IETF advises the RIRs, and from them the operators and subscribers, on how to pass out the addresses. After that, actual use is in the RIRs' and operators' hands.
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