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[AfriNIC-rpd] New policy proposal: IPv6 ULA-central

Alain Patrick AINA aalain at
Tue Apr 3 17:07:20 UTC 2007

> The proposal suggest that this (AfriNIC) RIR do it for this region, and the
> same for each one of the other RIRs.


> I guess it may happen that the NRO could decide, if the proposal goes thru
> all the regions to implement a central registry instead of 5 "distributed"
> central registries for this purpose,

The draft proposes a unique central authority, which differs from your 

> but I guess this is out of the scope 
> of the proposal, and could be a "next step". I'm not sure if this could
> work, but I can imagine that if we reach consensus in every region, it may
> made sense to have a single registry, if it reduces the cost, and this
> being funded by the NRO common funds.
> I believe there has not been a similar case before.
> Anyway, as said, the proposal here is to talk about the *AfriNIC* scope, at
> least at this stage.
> The draft is expired, but as you know can be revived at any time, just with
> a new submission. The goal is to do so, in parallel with the advancement of
> the PDP in the different regions. The important think here is also to
> realize that the space is already allocated to IANA by RFC4193.

RFC4193 only defines L=1

IETF does not define yet L=0,  and i guess we need L=0 defines before we move 


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