John C Klensin wrote:
--On Tuesday, 28 August, 2007 15:06 -0700 David Kessens
On Tue, Aug 28, 2007 at 04:09:14PM -0400, Thomas Narten wrote:
We shouldn't be surprised that a "one size fits all" approach
(where home users get the same amount of space by default as
an IBM or Microsoft) doesn't seem to make a lot of sense to
US 2001:49c0::/32 2001:49c0::/32 IBM-IPV6-01
US 2001:4898::/32 2001:4898::/32 MICROSOFT-IPV6-BLK
If there really is a "one size fits all" policy,
where can I get my personal IPv6 /32 allocation ?
Conversely, if /48 is sufficient for any plausible enterprise,
is ARIN being appropriately conservative about addresses here?
Are you saying that from where you sit those organizations don't meet
the requirements for an initial allocation as an LIR?
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