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[rpd] LACNIC reaches final /10 of IPv4 space
adam at varud.com
Fri Jun 13 06:54:52 UTC 2014
There's a third option - diplomacy.
The Af* organizations (and AfriNIC in particular, ISOC) can get more of
these statistics out into the wider world so that, for instance, a business
in Nairobi knows very quickly which ISPs support IPv6 natively. Right now
I don't even know where to get that information.
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On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 12:29 AM, Nishal Goburdhan <ndg at ieee.org> wrote:
> On 12 Jun 2014, at 6:29 PM, Noah Maina <mainanoa at gmail.com> wrote:
> > +++ to Policy then, lets draft it :-)
> to paraphrase a wise soul who came to the microphone during the academic
> policy discussion last thursday: "...don't try to use policy to fix an
> operational issue..."
> (my words, not his). it seemed, at the time, that people generally agreed
> with that sentiment. this idea strikes me as no different.
> those who see the need for IPv6, will deploy it. AfriNIC is trying to
> spread the word; let them continue their good work.
> as for the NAT'ters as such...to paraphrase another wise soul: "i
> encourage all my competitors to run their businesses that way"
> using policy, in the loose manner you describe, is not likely to generate
> the result you want. others have already explained this before.
> btw, some bits here are seriously OT. the generic IPv6 discussion list is
> rpd mailing list
> rpd at afrinic.net
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