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[AfriNIC-rpd] Consensus call on Section 3.8 ofAFPUB-2010-v4-005-draft-02 - IPv4 Soft Landing

TOGBEDJI Komlan ktogbedji at
Sat May 7 09:04:42 UTC 2011

Hi All,

It is normal that Africa public IP address could be used outside Africa when
african organisations or companies expand to other areas. 

But one question should be asked? 
What are we going to do with our IPV4 addresses that we are protected now
when the others will finished there's and move to IPV6?

We don't need to faith for IPV4 conservation but we need to plan how move to
the IPV6. That is my point of view.

Best regards

Leon Komlan TOGBEDJI 
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De : rpd-bounces at <rpd-bounces at> 
À : jblessing at <jblessing at> 
Cc : rpd at <rpd at> 
Envoyé : Sat May 07 08:10:21 2011
Objet : RE: [AfriNIC-rpd] Consensus call on Section 3.8
ofAFPUB-2010-v4-005-draft-02 - IPv4 Soft Landing 

this can be done with site-to-site VPN where on each end you have public IPs
belonging to respective RIRs then over them you do VPN (site-to-site)
you don't necessarily need your own block of IPs to do p2p btwn two points
sitting on two different geographical areas.

Arbogast Fabian,

> Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 13:52:48 +0100
> From: jblessing at
> CC: rpd at
> Subject: Re: [AfriNIC-rpd] Consensus call on Section 3.8 of
AFPUB-2010-v4-005-draft-02 - IPv4 Soft Landing
> On 06/05/2011 13:43, Arbogast Fabian wrote:
> > i mean not to allow our IP addresses to be assigned to any device
> > sitting outside africa.
> >
> So when you want a p2p link between Johannesburg and London or Dubai how 
> would you number that link?
> J
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> James Blessing
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> Strategic Relations Manager, EMEA
> Limelight Networks
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