[ppml] Policy Proposal: Removal of ISP Immediate Need from End-User
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Policy Proposal Name: Removal of ISP Immediate Need from End-User
Author: Rob Seastrom, David Williamson, Owen DeLong
Proposal Version: 0.1
Submission Date: 4/24/07
Proposal type: delete
Policy term: permanent
Delete section 4.3.4, which reads:
4.3.4. Additional considerations
End-users may qualify for address space under other policies such as
Immediate need [220.127.116.11] or Micro-allocation [4.4].
from the NRPM.
As discussed at ARIN XIX, section 4.3.4 creates a conflict
with section 18.104.22.168 in that section 22.214.171.124 specifically excludes
end users while section 4.3.4 is specifically for end users.
Prior to the development of the multihoming policy for end
users, the immediate need policy was required in order to support
end users being able to get address space under some circumstances.
The "immediate need" title is a misnomer as it is more an issue of
"initial need without prior address utilization" than "immediate
need". Such initial needs for end users are now addressed best
through the multihoming policy.
Timetable for implementation: immediate