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RE: [soac-newgtldapsup-wg] Issue for WT2?

  • To: <avri@xxxxxxx>, <soac-newgtldapsup-wg@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: RE: [soac-newgtldapsup-wg] Issue for WT2?
  • From: carlos aguirre <carlosaguirre62@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 16 May 2010 14:25:33 +0000

Good and interesting point ! 
I think we need to know more about the possible future desition of ICANN on 
this issue, or if they have in account, and waht they think to do (at least I 
don`t know nothing about it). this point is very significative and a great 
barrier to apply  for New gTLD in a some developing countries (if it is 
mainteined, and the situation not change).
Carlos Dionisio AguirreAbogado - Especialista en Derecho de los Negocios


> From: avri@xxxxxxx
> Subject: [soac-newgtldapsup-wg] Issue for WT2?
> Date: Sun, 16 May 2010 06:49:21 -0400
> To: soac-newgtldapsup-wg@xxxxxxxxx
> Hi,
> I was rereading DAGv3 and noticed something I had not paid attention to 
> before (there really is a lot in there)
> 5.2.2
> > IPv6 support -- Applicant must provision IPv6 service for its
> > DNS infrastructure. ICANN will review the self-certification
> > documentation provided by the applicant and will test
> > IPv6 reachability from various points on the Internet. DNS
> > transaction capacity over IPv6 for all name servers with
> > declared IPv6 addresses will also be checked.
> I am now wondering how many people, especially in developing regions, are 
> going to be prevented from starting a Registry - with local registry service 
> support - on that basis.  I  know they don't need their own registry 
> services, the can continue to use the processing power of the incumbents and 
> just bring them the domain names.  But if they want to run their own RSP, how 
> can they - what solutions are there?
> I also wonder though whether this would count as one of the items people 
> would need technical assistance with - i.e. coming up with ways to meet this 
> requirement even in areas where there is no native IPv6 support (can IPv4 
> tunneling techniques be used - and who will provide the support for this - or 
> the endpoint)?
> Perhaps ICANN has already thought of this and it is something that they 
> intend to advise people on.
> a.
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