The eight-week final comment period for the proposal, [prop-033-v001] "End site assignment policy for IPv6", has now ended. During the comment period, there were no objections to the proposal. Therefore I formally request the APNIC Executive Council to endorse this proposal and consider the implementation issues raised on the mailing list during the final call for comments period.
Summary of eight-week discussion --------------------------------
The final comment period for the proposal ended on 17 November 2006. During the comment period, there was discussion on the mailing list about implementation issues associated with this proposal:
- Initial allocation criteria:
There was discussion about whether the initial allocation criteria, "have a plan for making at least 200 /48 assignments to other organizations within two years", would need to be changed to "at least 200 assignments to other organizations within two years.
- Assignment registration requirements
There was discussion about whether the IPv6 policy that "information is registered in units of assigned /48 networks" would need to be changed to cater for the new end site assignment size proposed in prop-033-v001.
There were no comments in favour or against the proposal.
For a detailed history of this proposal, see:
Regards, Kenny Huang, Toshiyuki Hosaka, Eugene Li