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IPv6: France turns to the EU

on Thursday, 31 October 2019 Posted in Archives Rezopole

IPv6: France turns to the EU

In early June, AOTA, the Association of Alternative Telecommunications Operators, called on the government to "address the transition to IPv6 and the preservation of the competitive balance".


The Directorate General for Enterprise (DGE) has just replied: "the transition to this new communication protocol now appears to be a major challenge for competitiveness and innovation". However, it states that "the government's capacity to act in this area is limited by the lack of a legislative basis to regulate this type of resource, as IP addresses are managed at the international level by ICANN and allocated directly at the European level by the European Internet registry, the Amsterdam-based RIPE NCC".

To find a solution, "the French authorities will propose to the Presidency of the Council of the European Union that it put the issue of the transition to IPv6 on the agenda of a working group of the Telecommunications and Information Society Council and that it refer the matter to the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) for its opinion".


Despite a "timid response", the AOTA welcomes the fact that the State is taking the issue seriously. The Chief Electoral Officer also points out that the Arcep can play a supporting role in facilitating the transition to IPv6, and that a "task force" will soon be set up by the Arcep on this subject".




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Source : Next Inpact





Rezopole soutient l'AFNIC

on Tuesday, 17 April 2012 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives GrenoblIX, Archives LyonIX, Archives SaintetIX, Archives ADN-IX

Rezopole soutient l'AFNIC

Rezopole provides support to AFNIC in the framework of the call for proposals dedicated to the appointment of new registration offices regarding 11 extensions that correspond to the country.

AFNIC is a non-profit organisation, a Rezopole member, whose main objective is to manage .fr DNS. As a registration office, it has been ensuring this important Internet function since 1998. Any type of exchange, whether it is for commercial or information reasons in the digital world, is based on this service. Web and e-mails are two kinds of services that cannot work without it. 

AFNIC has mat these criteria and listed all stakes inuced for more than 14 years by offering:

  • A constant investment policy in the long term for security and stability.
  • An opened, transparent and non discriminatory governance towards all stakeholders
  • Taking into account the notion of public good and interest.
  • Maintaining pricing oriented to costs
  • Sharing expertise on current and future Internet technologies nationwide and worldwide.

«The association is particularly attached to this impartial approach, that provides to each category of actors (registration office, user, private sector, the Government) a fair place while prioritizing mutualisation and opening in a non-profit environment.» Jean-Pierre Dardayrol, AFNIC President.

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