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Multi-6 [WAS: OT - Vint Cerf joins Google]
- From: Patrick W. Gilmore
- Date: Sat Sep 10 02:20:20 2005
[Perhaps this thread should migrate to Multi6?]
On Sep 9, 2005, at 11:55 PM, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
On Fri, 9 Sep 2005, Daniel Golding wrote:
Suppose they not only have no plan but couldn't really put together a
plan to support 200 customers? Does this mean Google, or any other
content provider, is "unworthy" of globally routeable space?
Getting back on-topic - how can this be? I thought only service
what if they didn't ask for a prefix but instead just hammered their
(with downstream customers) could get PI v6 space. Isn't this what
proposal 2005-1 is about? Can someone (from ARIN?) explain the
providers for /48's? What's the difference to them anyway?
are just talking about them lighting up www.google.com in v6 of
If they wanted to start offering more 'services' (ip services
then they could say they were a 'provider' (All they need is a plan to
support 200 customers to get a /32) and start the magic of /32-ness...
IPv6 is a nice idea, and as soon as people realize that ISPs are not
the only organizations who have a need to multi-home - and I mean
really multi-home, not stupid work-arounds - then it might actually
start to happen.