[At-Large] IPv4 or what is left of it...

Franck Martin franck.martin at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 07:07:45 UTC 2011

Everyone talks about TLDs, etc... but IPs are also part of ICANN mandate.

What I notice is that, APNIC is not anymore handing over IPv4 to anyone. RIPE pool of IPv4 is slowly decreasing, but ARIN pool is barely decreasing.

It means that the AP region is stuck to move to IPv6 while NA region has no incentive. 

Should there not be a better redistribution of the left over IPs over the RIR, to put all regions on same footing?

I feel there is a debate worth having at ALAC?

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