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[AfriNIC-rpd] end-site assignment policy

McTim dogwallah at
Mon Sep 10 09:54:25 UTC 2007

On 9/10/07, Colin Alston <colin at> wrote:
> Hi all
> 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,

Where are you seeing this text?

AFAIK, no RIR has this kind of language in their policy documents.


$ whois -h mctim

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