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[AfriNIC-rpd] end-site assignment policy
colin at thusa.co.za
Mon Sep 10 09:25:09 UTC 2007
I've decided to move this to RPD because I think it does have some
relevance here (shoot me down if I'm wrong).
I noted on the IPv6 discussion list that per the IPv6 LIR allocation
policy an LIR must "plan" to provide end-sites with IPv6 assignments
within 12 months of receiving their allocation.
Two cases I'm looking at in particular is Internet Solutions
(2001:4280::/32 allocated on 2006-09-13) and MTN-NS (2001:4260::/32
allocated on 2006-06-06). Both these spaces (and there are others, but
these interest me most because they are our upstreams - yes I'm
selfish ;)) have not even been announced in the GRT for 12 months
since they were allocated.
Now according to policy as I'm reading it IS has 3 days to provision
IPv6 to an end-site or be in breach of the agreement, the latter has
long since passed that mark.
Is there some wording I've missed? Is this clause enforceable? Can
"plan" be defined for me?
Colin Alston <colin at thusa.co.za>
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