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[AfriNIC-rpd] IPv4 Softlanding Policy

Frank Habicht geier at
Fri Oct 2 11:12:10 UTC 2009

SM wrote:
> Hi Frank,
> At 02:33 02-10-2009, Frank Habicht wrote:
>> But apart from "critical infrastructure" there might maybe (or maybe i'm
>> dreaming) come new technologies about that can enable a new&better
>> transition mechanism and require a few IPv4 addresses. I think intention
> Do you mean something like Carrier Grade NATs?  There may be a business
> case for that if we are viewing the problem only in terms of IP addressing.

That wouldn't be "new&better" to me, but subject to discussion.
That's why I would postpone that whole discussion to that last moment
when it is known what technologies are available _then_ and which
"deserve" to get a piece of the last /12 of IPv4 of AfriNIC.


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