Proposal for review
David R Huberman
huberman at gblx.net
Tue Jul 24 16:06:44 EDT 2001
In my e-mail yesterday I wrote:
> > > * When applying for additional address space, from an RIR, for new
> > > networks or additional space for existing networks the organization must
> > > show greater than 50% utilization for the last block granted by the RIR
> > > and their allocations as a whole.
> > Either this isn't phrased well, I'm not understanding it at this
> > moment in time, or it says something I disagree with.
> > Organizations should only request additional address space from ARIN
> > when it can no longer assign a globally-routable (ick - sorry) address
> > block to one of its discrete networks or it meets the traditional 80%
> > requirement.
> > If an org. has a /20 or more available, and is less than 80% utilized
> > on its previous blocks, it should not be eligible for additional
> > address space yet.
It's been pointed out to me that the last paragraph above basically
shows that I *dont* agree with the policy.
As I prefaced my comment, I didn't understand what this point was getting
at. After having time to think about it, it makes more sense to me now.
I retract my objection to the above criteria. The math works out fine.
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