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This page outlines the new method for documenting IPv6 assignments. There are some rules, constraints and options.
Wouldn’t it be nice if turning on IPv6 really was ‘press one button and the rest is magic’ easy?
2014-12 Policy Proposal
2014-12: Allow IPv6 Transfers
Over the past year, I have been conducting a public survey to better understand how ISPs deploy IPv6. In this post, I will summarise some of the key findings ...
2007-05 Policy Proposal
2007-05: This policy is intended to allow the assignment of IPv6 blocks within the so-called 'Centrally Assigned Unique Local IPv6 Unicast Addresses' to ...
ripe-343 Procedural Document
ripe-343: This document provides the management process for IPv6 global unicast address space whereby address allocations are made from a single global pool ...
Working Group
Following the progress of specification and implementation of IPv6.
requirements-for-ipv6-in-ict-equipment Best Common Practice
Update to the Best Current Practice (BCP) document specifying technical requirements for governments, large enterprises and other organisations seeking IPv6 ...
The RIPE NCC recently participated in a meeting of the Saudi Arabian Task Force. A well-attended event, it included presentations and discussions about IPv6 ...
Large scale IPv6 deployments suggest that IPv6 is at least a technical success - the technology works. Now it's time to visit the other important question: ...
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