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[rpd] LACNIC reaches final /10 of IPv4 space
Bope Domilongo Christian
christianbope at gmail.com
Wed Jun 11 05:17:23 UTC 2014
Thank you Alan and seun, this an important milestone, having a policy to
protect our critical resources will be great.
With best regards,
writing on my personal capacity.
On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 4:13 AM, Seun Ojedeji <seun.ojedeji at gmail.com>
> Thanks for this update Alan, from all indication it will seem that v4
> exhaustion time within AfriNIC region may be sooner than earlier
> Should this region be worried?... maybe:
> - More content in those region where v4 is getting exhausted will go v6
> but then v6 deployment in our region is relatively low (someone says there
> is translation to the rescue)
> - Our region will continue to experience an increase in v4 requests from
> organizations that are more domicile in regions with v4 exhaustion. Perhaps
> this could be an opportunity to "by policy" improve ISP establishment in
> our region? Maybe yes. Should we also "by policy" ensure addresses within
> this region are used more within the region.... how do we encourage this as
> the region seem to be comfortable with *translation*. Can policy make this
> PS: My views alone.
> sent from Google nexus 4
> kindly excuse brevity and typos.
> On 10 Jun 2014 17:23, "Alan Barrett" <apb at cequrux.com> wrote:
>> Three weeks ago, on 20 May 2014, LACNIC's available pool of IPv4 space
>> became less then a /9 equivalent. This triggered the activation of IANA's
>> Recovered IPv4 Pool in terms of Global Policy GPP-IPv4-2011.
>> Today, 10 June 2014, LACNIC's available pool of IPv4 space became less
>> than a /10 equivalent (4194302 IPv4 addresses). This triggers LACNIC's
>> IPv4 exhaustion policy.
>> Announcements from 20 May 2014:
>> Announcement from 10 Jun 2014:
>> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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