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[rpd] Thinking of soft landing... and IPv6 Deployment
amreesh at afrinic.net
Wed Jun 7 12:12:35 UTC 2017
hi nishal, that's a good suggestion and pointer, we actually have this in
mind, proceeding step by step, starting with ipv6 capability
On Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 2:00 PM, Nishal Goburdhan <nishal at controlfreak.co.za>
> > On 07 Jun 2017, at 10:51, Mark Elkins <mje at posix.co.za> wrote:
> > Thinking of soft landing, and having just completed Mukom's IPv6
> > deployment challenge survey, my idle thought of the day;
> > Firstly - no soft landing proposal should include promises of the member
> > getting or deploying IPv6. What is should do though is:
> > Unless you are a brand new members who has no resources of any kind, all
> > requests for additional IPv4 space must be made from the members IPv6
> > address space. i.e. - the e-mail request must come from one of the
> > members e-mail servers to AFRINIC over IPv6 transport from an IPv6
> > address belonging to that member. If the request is web based - then it
> > must come from a device using that members IPv6 address space.
> > (You have to have deployed IPv6 far enough in order to ask for
> > additional IPv4 address space.)
> > This should be technically very easy to check for.
> > Objections?
> why don’t you also incorporate a BCP-38 check in that too? caida’s even
> written the code for you  so there is little for staff to do.
> and, how about making sure that they don’t have any listings in
> open-[dns|ntp|snmp|chargen]-project ?
> after all, if they can’t look after the space they already have, why
> should they get more?
> /smh …
>  http://caida.org/projects/spoofer/
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