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[rpd] Statistics on IPV4 allocation in Africa as of 2016
amelnaud at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 13:24:51 UTC 2016
Yes It's easy to say when it suits you, my network, my rules. Don't tell me how
to run my network. As long as there is about the relationship between you
and your customer Afrinic has absolutely nothing to do there, but when you
use resources that belong to a community for which Afrinic is the
don't come out with this argument.
The resources made available by Afrinic are resources allocated based
on the needs
and if those needs disappear resources should be restored to Afrinic. They
are not sold resources, but allocated (made available). So the argument don'
t tell me how to run my network does not fit in this case, you must comply
with Afrinic requirements , otherwise the service will be interrupted to you
. It's that simple. but you are turning around the bush.
2016-06-18 11:59 GMT+00:00 Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu>:
> On 18/Jun/16 13:26, Danny wrote:
> > Hello Nishal,
> > I don't support either your comment/suggestions.
> > One question: How are we going to increase use of IPv6 in our region
> > if we do not strengthen our policies about ipv6 adoption?
> > "Don't tell me how to run my network " routhly said. I personally
> > don't support and don't like this answer.
> AFRINIC cannot make operators do what they don't want to do.
> If an operator is unwilling to deploy IPv6, even though they've been
> issued an IPv6 allocation by AFRINIC, AFRINIC cannot do much about that.
> There has always been independence between the RIR operations and the
> LIR operations. This is unlikely to change.
> The AFRINIC membership could draft policies that "encourage" IPv6
> deployment, but ultimately, your network, your rules.
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