[ppml] alternative to 2005-1
> 6.5.8. Direct assignments to end sites
> 18.104.22.168. To qualify for a direct end site assignment, an
> organization must:
> 1. not be an LIR;
> 2. be an end site;
> 3. be currently multihomed using IPv4;
> 4. be an ARIN member for at least 1 year prior to assignment of an IPv6
> end site assignment;
> 5. have a direct assignment from ARIN of at least a
> IPv4 /19 and can show the current utilization of 80% of an IPv4 /19
Why should they have to be an ARIN member at all? Current recipients of
end-site assignments have no such requirement in IPv4 or IPv6.
Requirement 4 is absolutely specious.
Requirement 5 is similarly specious unless you are willing to adapt it to
match current IPv4 policy since adoption of 2002-3 and move the boundary
to at least /22.
> Organizations which can demonstrate active usage of more than 50% of /64
> networks from a /44 assignment may apply for an additional allocation as
> an LIR.
Unless you also modify the criteria for an LIR (eliminating the requirement
for assignments to external organizations or altering the definition of
external organizations), this paragraph is meaningless. They can apply
now, but, they will not receive one because they do not meet the ARIN
requirements for an LIR.
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