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RIPE IPv6 end user policy
Am I understanding it correctly that presently there is no way for an end user organization to obtain IPv6 allocation from RIPE? Their Feb 8, 2011 policy document states that:
To qualify for an initial allocation of IPv6 address space, an organisation must:
a) be an LIR;
b) have a plan for making sub-allocations to other organisations and/or End Site assignments within two years.
I believe that is the case. You'll need to goto an LIR to get your allocation.
So multihoming IPv6 is ok in North America but not in Europe?
End users get assignments. LIRs get allocations, to make suballocations and assignments from those allocations.
IPv6 End User Site Assignment Request Form
However it may be better to go through a LIR and request PI IPv6 through them.
I see, so ARIN does direct allocations while RIPE does not, but Europeans can still get PI space via ISPs...
You can multihome any v6 prefix that you like, provided it's /48 or larger. That seems to be the filtering criteria amongst all the transit providers.
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