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[AfriNIC-rpd] Implementation of IPv6 PI Assignment for End Sites

Wed Jul 11 15:43:31 UTC 2007

Hi Hisham,

I just realized that something is missing in this announcement or/and
somewhere else in the AfriNIC web site.

As the policy indicates, the assignments need to be done from a specific
block (what we called super-block in other proposals).

I think it is important that this block (as well as other similar
super-blocks used by AfriNIC (as in other RIRs) are published in the web
site so they can easily be tracked.


> De: Hisham R Rojoa <hisham at>
> Responder a: AfriNIC Resource Policy Discussion List <rpd at>
> Fecha: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 08:35:44 +0400
> Para: <announce at>, <rpd at>, <afripv6 at>
> Asunto: [AfriNIC-rpd] Implementation of IPv6 PI Assignment for End Sites
> Dear Colleagues and Members
> We would like to inform you that the AfriNIC board has ratified the
> policy afpol-v6200701 (IPv6 Provider Independent Assignment for End
> Sites) on the 13th June 2007.
> We will be implementing this policy as from the 6th of July 2007.
> More information regarding this policy can be found at
> Best Regards
> Hisham R. Rojoa
> AfriNIC
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