[ppml] Policy Proposal: Expand timeframe of Additional Requests
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Policy Proposal Name: Expand timeframe of Additional Requests
Author: Dan Alexander
Proposal Version: Version 1.0
Submission Date: 8/14/2007
Proposal type: modify
Policy term: permanent
The proposal is to modify section 220.127.116.11 of the NRPM
"After a subscriber has been a member of ARIN for one year they may
choose to request a six-month supply of IP addresses."
"After an organization has been an ARIN member in good standing for one
year, they may choose to request up to a 12 month supply of IP addresses."
Currently, all RIR's provide organizations with at least a 12 month
supply of IPv4 address space when making subsequent requests, with the
exception of the ARIN region. The primary reason for this change is for
continuity among all RIR. In doing so, all established organizations
have a more consistent access to IP resources.
The adjustment does not change demand on IPv4 address space. It only
changes the frequency in which established organizations need to request
This would allow for fewer potential aggregates allocated to an
organization providing more consolidated routing announcements.
This does not change the requirement on new organizations where
established growth trends have yet to be established.
Timetable for implementation: Immediate