Workshop on IPv6
Geneva, Switzerland 4 — 5 September 2008
ITU-T Study Group 3:
ITU-T Study Group 2:
- Contribution 30:
Economic, tariff and accounting issues related to IP address allocation. Source: Syria
- Addendum 1 to Contribution 30:
Economic, tariff and accounting issues related to IP address allocation. Source: Syria.
- Contribution 50:
IP addressing issues. Source: United Kingdom.
- Contribution 57:
Allocation and Management of IP addresses. Source: United States of America.
Other inputs to the Workshop:
- Contribution 109: Allocation and
Management of IP addresses. Source: United States of America
- SG2 mailing list input document:
Contribution towards a clear understanding of IPv6 and IPv4 issues. Source: Convener of SG2 CG on IPv6 (Didier Le Moine)
- Input 1: Scarcity in IPv4 Addresses Transfer Market
and the Regional Internet Address Registries. Source: Dr. Milton L Mueller, Professor, Syracuse University School of Information Studies.
Study Group 2
- TSB Circular 42: Report of the ITU-T Workshop on IPv6 held in Geneva, 22-23 June 2005
- ANNEX1 of the Report: “Report of a consultation meeting with developing
countries” that was held in Geneva, 23 June 2005, 18:00-19:00.
- TD 200 (WP 1/2): ASN Statistics. Source: TSB on behalf of NRO
- TD 138: Questions related to IPv6 addresses. Source: ITU-T SG3 (Geneva, 31 March - 4 April 2008)
- TD 142 Rev. 1: Revision 1 to Report of ad hoc meeting on IP addressing. Source: Chairman, SG2
- Background material: Source: ITU-T SG2 Secretariat
- TD 115 Rev.1 (PLEN/2): Report of the ad hoc group on IPv6. Source: Chairman, SG2
- Contribution 76 Rev 1: Announced shortage of IPV4 addresses and transition to IPV6 addressing. Source: France
- TD 127 (WP 1/2): Background documents on IP address discussions. Source: TSB
- Contribution 43: IPV6 addresses allocation and ASN. Source: France
- TD 14 Rev.6 (PLEN/2): Report of the Ad-Hoc Group regarding concerns about IPv6 distribution and allocation strategy from the public policy point of view. Source: Ad hoc Group on IPv6 distribution and allocation strategy
- Delayed Contribution 102: IPv6 Address Management. Source: United Kingdom
- Delayed Contribution 93: A new address distribution strategy for IPv6. Source: China
- TD 193 [TIES restricted]: Comments on COM 2 – C 22 from Korea on IPv6 Address Allocation for Efficient Routing. Source: TSB on behalf of French IPv6 Task Force members
- Contribution 22: IPv6 Address Allocation for Efficient Routing. Source: Korea (Rep. of)
- Background report: Internet Address Space: Economic Considerations in the Management of IPv4 and in the Deployment of IPv6.Source: OECD
- Internet Society input: ISOC Contribution to ITU Workshop on IPv6. Source: ISOC