[ppml] Policy Proposal: Loophole Closure for 2007-21
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Policy Proposal Name: Loophole Closure for 2007-21
Author: Scott Leibrand, Owen DeLong
Proposal Version: 1.0
Submission Date: 2008-02-07
Proposal type: modify
Policy term: permanent
Modify NRPM section 18.104.22.168 (Direct assignments from ARIN to end-user
organizations: Criteria), to read:
To qualify for a direct assignment, an organization must:
1. not be an IPv6 LIR; and
2. qualify for an IPv4 assignment or allocation from ARIN under the IPv4
policy currently in effect, or demonstrate efficient utilization of all
direct IPv4 assignments and allocations, each of which must be covered
by a current ARIN RSA.
The adopted wording of 2007-21 created a loophole allowing a resource
holder to qualify under the policy with only one resource subject to
RSA. This small change would close that loophole and bring policy in
line with the original intent of the author.
Timetable for implementation: immediate