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Re: How is IPv6 deployment going in the APNIC region?
From: Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch () muada com>
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 13:18:44 +0200

On 15 apr 2011, at 12:21, Geoff Huston wrote:

The addresses were "in flight" to the recipient and got caught up in a set of scripted processes that inappropriately 
assigned them into the debogon project for a couple of days while some related administrative processes were underway.

Our apologies for the temporary confusion --  and we promise do better next time! :-)

Thanks for the clarification. But I hope you're not planning on running out of IPv6 anytime soon... Or maybe you're 
getting at 16-bit AS numbers?

And yes, APNIC is indeed  down to the last /8

Hm, I still see 2.27 million legacy addresses as free, mostly 43.224.0.0/11 except 43.244 and 43.253, as well as 0.34 
million non-legacy. Why don't these count and/or what will happen to them?

Iljitsch



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