Re: [v6ops] draft-ietf-v6ops-host-addr-availability discussion

David Farmer <farmer@umn.edu> Tue, 03 November 2015 02:11 UTC

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Subject: Re: [v6ops] draft-ietf-v6ops-host-addr-availability discussion
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I thought I brought up this issue previously, but I'd like to see 
something addressing excessive use of addresses, maybe adding this as an 
additional paragraph in section 8, recommendations.

    Conversely, it is RECOMMENDED that hosts and applications not
    excessively consume IPv6 addresses, such as generating a new address
    for every connection or with excessive frequency, for instance every
    few minutes or seconds.  A general-purpose host utilizing several
    hundreds or thousands of IPv6 addresses seems excessive and
    unjustified in most situations. This could evoke network operators
    to deploy DHCPv6 simply to apply sanity limits on the number of
    IPv6 addresses available per host.


On 11/1/15 23:15 , Fred Baker (fred) wrote:
> In the discussion this morning, we wound up in a position that I could not call "consensus", even "rough consensus", but per a hum of those in the room, within shouting distance of achieving that. Several people spoke at the mike asking for a sentence or brief discussion to be added, or a section clarified.
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> In the interest of expediency, let me ask those who spoke (and anyone else that has an issue) to respond to this note (copying the list) with suggested text. It might be best if this is stated as
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> I'll permit the authors to declare suggested text out of scope; some of the discussion this morning left them commenting on scope and scope creep. However, I do ask them to justify the exclusion to the list, rather than just ignore the email.
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> This comment period ends 15 November.
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