[discuss] we need to fix what may be broken
seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Sat Apr 19 07:51:27 UTC 2014
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kindly excuse brevity and typos.
On 19 Apr 2014 07:14, "Barry Shein" <bzs at world.std.com> wrote:
> On April 18, 2014 at 17:02 ajs at anvilwalrusden.com (Andrew Sullivan) wrote:
> > On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 04:46:35PM -0400, Barry Shein wrote:
> > > Just make a policy like the smallest routable block is a /32 (IPv6)
> > > and you have to be able to justify it.
> A lot of the players who were expected to embrace IPv6 out of
> necessity ran to CGN and similar. Maybe that's as it should be.
> But there's probably trillions of dollars riding on this. It's
> remarkably precarious. So I remarked.
Any idea why they go the CGN route since they are spending dollars anyway?
Does it have anything to do with awareness and literacy? I doubt it does. I
think it's because clients are still being served and their service needs
meet. If things that requires more IPs start to emerge, client demands will
change and ISPs will have to follow suit. Also when basic services like vpn
starts breaking on CGNs then the clients demands will move the ISPs. A wise
ISP will start preparing now to serve the clients of those ISPs running CGN
During all this process, noting breaks on the internet and no interference
of RIR or ICANN is required.
So while they continue awareness, if they must influence those processes
then they should fund R&D that creates more native(public) IP needs and
non-NAT friendly services.
> > Best regards,
> > A
> > --
> > Andrew Sullivan
> > ajs at anvilwalrusden.com
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