Winter 2009 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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IPv4 "End-of-Life" Proposals in the RIRs

Time 02/03/09 09:40AM-10:00AM

Session Abstract

As the unassigned IPv4 address pools near exhaustion, there are several policy changes in process within the various Regional Internet Registries (RIRs). These changes include; how the last /8s will be assigned to the RIRs, reserving some IPv4 address space for IPv6 transition mechanisms, mechanisms to prevent a run on the IPv4 bank, changes to transfer policies, and creating an IPv4 recovery fund.

This presentation will review the status of these policies and policy proposals, primarily focusing on the ARIN region.

Speakers

Speaker David Farmer University of Minnesota

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail IPv4 (pdf)

Speaker Fred Ellefson ADVA Optical Networking

Speaker David Farmer University of Minnesota

Session Media

media item thumbnail IPv4 "End-of-Life" Proposals in the RIRs Netcast Archive As the unassigned IPv4 address pools near exhaustion, there are several policy changes in process within the various Regional Internet Registries (RIRs). These changes include; how the last /8s will be assigned to the RIRs, reserving some IPv4 address space for IPv6 transition mechanisms, mechanisms to prevent a run on the IPv4 bank, changes to transfer policies, and creating an IPv4 recovery fund. This presentation will review the status of these policies and policy proposals, primarily focusing on the ARIN region. media item thumbnail IPv4 "End-of-Life" Proposals in the RIRs Netcast Archive As the unassigned IPv4 address pools near exhaustion, there are several policy changes in process within the various Regional Internet Registries (RIRs). These changes include; how the last /8s will be assigned to the RIRs, reserving some IPv4 address space for IPv6 transition mechanisms, mechanisms to prevent a run on the IPv4 bank, changes to transfer policies, and creating an IPv4 recovery fund. This presentation will review the status of these policies and policy proposals, primarily focusing on the ARIN region.