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APNIC welcomes comments, questions, and suggestions on the following policy proposal:
Final call for comments: [prop-027-v001]
The second phase of Large Space IPv4 Trial Usage Program for Future
This is the final call for comments on policy proposal [prop-027-v001]
"The second phase of Large Space IPv4 Trial Usage Program for Future
This is a proposal to extend the current large space trial usage program that has been operating since 2001. The trial was authorised during APNIC 11 to use an existing pool of IPv4 address space to provide an environment that would encourage deployment of IPv6 and development of IPv6 services and applications. Since the trial commenced, there have been regular status updates at each APNIC meeting.
This proposal was presented at APNIC 19 and was accepted by consensus. Full details of the proposal are set out below.
This proposal is now submitted to the sig-policy mailing list for an
eight week discussion period. At the end of that period, if consensus
appears to have been achieved, the Chair of the Policy SIG will
ask the Executive Council to endorse the proposal for implementation.
* Send all comments and questions to: <sig-policy at apnic dot net>
* Deadline for comments: Friday 29 April 2005
Proposal: The second phase of Large Space IPv4 Trial Usage
Program for Future IPv6 Deployment
Authors: Kosuke Ito, IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan/Canon Inc.
Yoshiyuki Ezura, IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan/WIDE
Tsukasa Ogino, IPv6 PC/Internet Reseach Institute
Gaku Hashimoto, IPv6 PC/Mitsubishi Research Institute
Date: 19 January 2005
This is the proposal for starting the second phase of the on-going
trial program operated by IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan for future
IPv6 deployment by utilizing the historically allocated IPv4 space.
Summary of the current problem
This trial program was authorized to initiate at the 11th APOPM
by the AP community. At that time, this program was planned to
be closed by the end of 2005, which is this year. At the time
of 2001, when this program started, it was estimated that IPv4
replacement to IPv6 was advancing, and the used IPv4 space could
be returned by the end of 2005.
However in the reality, IPv6 deployment level is below the estimated
level, and many of IPv6 services are deployed in the IPv4/v6 dual way
it is found that the keeping IPv4 service along with IPv6 service is
still necessary until the IPv6 service gets matured enough.
Situation in other RIRs
Details of your proposal
- Resetting the program end at the end of 2008 for the second
phase of this program from the current program end at the end
of 2005, this year
- In addition, the following conditions will be set to the
program participating parties for the second phase:
1) the party must have a IPv6 deployment plan in the second
phase (2006 - 2008).
2) the party must renew the agreement for program participation
3) the party must report their activity periodically, so that
the program activity update can be made at APOPM continuously
Advantages and disadvantages of adopting the proposed policy
- able to observe new service model(s) with global IP addresses
- able to get a feedback of the real service deployment in technical
- able to observe IPv6 deployment process of those services
- able to observe the way of revitalizing the histrically
allocated IPv4 space
Effect on APNIC members
There is no address management impact to the APNIC members.
Effect on NIRs
There is no operational impact to NIRs.
IPv6 PC will ask JPNIC to be the trial program observer as it is.
Proposal details including full text of proposal, presentations, links
to relevant meeting minutes, and links to mailing list discussions are
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