[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal 119: Globally Coordinated TransferPolicy
Worse, it would preclude non-members in the ARIN region, many of
which are resource holders, from participating in the policy.
On Oct 13, 2010, at 11:21 AM, Bill Darte wrote:
> I wonder about the term member in this policy proposal....seems that
> membership in some regions may include entities from other RIR service
> areas, thus providing confusion.
> I think 'member of the service region' rather than member of the RIR is
> a better description of a constituent who make make application against
> the allocation/assigment policies of both RIRs.
> Organizations that receive IP addresses directly from LACNIC
> automatically become members. According the size of the address space
> each organization administers, there are different member categories and
> levels. Membership is open to any interested person or organization;
> this means that those organizations that do not receive IP addresses
> directly from LACNIC can also apply for membership.
> There are three types of membership:
> * Member Only (Members without Ressources assigned or allocated)
> * End User (Non-LIR and ASN holders)
> * LIR
> APNIC membership is open to all organizations and individuals.
> Any organisation or individual with a legal address in any country in
> the RIPE NCC Service Region can become a member. We refer to our members
> as 'Local Internet Registries' (LIRs).
> General members are comprised of entities with direct allocations of IP
> address space from ARIN, either IPv4 or IPv6 resources. These entities
> are automatically granted membership status when they receive their
> initial address block. Additionally, any entity that has a signed
> Registration Services Agreement (RSA) or Legacy RSA with ARIN and holds
> a number resource from ARIN may choose to pay a fee to become an ARIN
> Trustee members are comprised of the individuals elected or appointed to
> the ARIN Board of Trustees and the President of ARIN. Trustees are
> members during their tenure on the Board. In some instances, a Trustee
> member may also be a General Member if the entity by which they are
> employed holds resources from ARIN.
> Maybe something like this....
> "Any member of an RIR's service region, unable to obtain addresses
> within their region, may request the tranfer of available IPv4 addresses
> from another RIR as long as the requestor qualifies under current
> address allocation/assignment policy of BOTH RIRs"
> That may even be overly broad as member of the service region would be
> defined how? Having and address and with owned, leased or rental
> property? Perhaps 'anyone' could apply for transfer of resources as
> long as they were available and the requestor could meet the holding
> regions allocation/assignment policy?
>> Policy Proposal 119: Globally Coordinated Transfer Policy
>> Proposal Originator: Chris Grundemann, Martin Hannigan, Jason Schiller
>> Proposal Version: 1.0
>> Date: 11 October 2010
>> Proposal type: new
>> Policy term: permanent
>> Policy statement: Any RIR's member may transfer IPv4
>> addresses to the member of another RIR as long as the two
>> RIRs agree and exercise Internet stewardship and the values
>> expressed in RFC2050.
>> Rationale: Since individual RIRs now allow transfers, it
>> makes sense to be able to transfer between regions as well.
>> Timetable for implementation: upon ratification of all five RIRs
>> Timetable for de-implementation: upon change to this policy
>> text in any RIR
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