New ARIN ipv6 allocation policies

Jeroen Massar jeroen at
Mon Sep 4 11:07:06 CEST 2006

Andrew Alston wrote:
>> Yes, those academic networks that think they can get by without paid  
>> transit in IPv6 and then dump everything they can't move over peering
>> in those triple-continent tunnels are extremely annoying.
> I just have one question here, what about those places that wish to
> develop, wish to move forward, and have no OPTION but to tunnel

Those comments are not for those situations ;)

The following document describes how one should and should not tunnel:

(yes, it dates from 2002, that is when quite a number of operators 
already got smart and had decent IPv6 networks ;)


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