Status of Policy Proposal 2001-2?
richardj at arin.net
Fri Dec 21 13:38:21 EST 2001
Thank you for your inquiry.
There was consensus at the ARIN VIII meeting to accept
Policy Proposal 2001-2. The ARIN Advisory Council has
recommended to the ARIN Board of Trustees that this
policy proposal be ratified.
The ARIN Board of Trustees will make a final determination
on this policy proposal during their January 2002 meeting.
We will post new information regarding this policy proposal
to the front page of arin.net under the announcements section
as soon as it becomes available.
Director of Operations
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ppml at arin.net [mailto:owner-ppml at arin.net] On
> Behalf Of Dave Diller
> Sent: Friday, December 21, 2001 12:33 PM
> To: ppml at arin.net
> Subject: Status of Policy Proposal 2001-2?
> I have been advised that "the right people to discuss this
> with" are on
> PPML itself, in response to sending the below query to ARIN.
> Apparently, the people processing IP justifications don't
> know if it is
> a valid justification or not, which isn't a good sign. I'm trying to
> get a handle on it BEFORE a customer comes spouting hearsay that the
> Policy has in fact passed.
> So, "right people", has this been voted on yet?
> > I just read the archives for PPML concerning Policy Proposal 2001-2,
> > thread located at http://www.arin.net/mailinglists/ppml/0401.html.
> > There were some interesting comments, but it in no way
> indicates which
> > way the final vote went with the Trustees, which is the piece of
> > information I am interested in. Has this policy been voted
> on yet? If
> > not, when will the Board of Trustees vote on it, and where will the
> > results of that vote be posted?
> > Last call for Policy 2001-2 ended at 11:59pm EST 11/23/01. At that
> > point it was to be forwarded to the ARIN Board of Trustees.
> There is no
> > further word.
> > I'd REALLY prefer to not give someone a /24 for multihoming
> and only 20
> > documented hosts until I know the Policy allows it.
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