IPV6 renumbering painless?

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The initial allocation size for IPv6 was set by the public policy
process to be /32. Association with various Internet bodies
has no effect (either way :slight_smile: on the received allocation size.

  From <http://www.arin.net/policy>:
  ... Initial allocation size

  Organizations that meet the initial allocation criteria are
  eligible to receive a minimum allocation of /32.

I have no public comment regarding the ULA proposal, but want
to be clear that it is ARIN's goal to apply policies fairly and
equitably to all existing and potential members of the Internet
community. I am not aware of any complaints in this area in
the history of the organization, and so I'm definitely interested
from hearing from anyone who feels otherwise.


John Curran
Chair, American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)