[ppml] Policy 2002-5
Stacy_Taylor at icgcomm.com
Tue Dec 3 15:03:53 EST 2002
The block an organization would exchange would be for a smaller block only.
The goal is for organizations to turn in space they are already not using,
or could free up by consolidation.
From: Trevor Paquette [mailto:Trevor.Paquette at TeraGo.ca]
Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 11:27 AM
To: ppml at arin.net
Subject: RE: [ppml] Policy 2002-5
much better reading...
could this policy possibly be used to exchange blocks?
meaning.. get one of the SAME size because the original is getting 'dirty'
(blocked by blacklist etc?). I hope that the wording "shall receive a
smaller block", really means a SMALLER block; not one of the same size.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ppml at arin.net [mailto:owner-ppml at arin.net]On Behalf Of
> Taylor, Stacy
> Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 12:14 PM
> To: 'ppml at arin.net'
> Subject: [ppml] Policy 2002-5
> Greetings All,
> To make good on my campaign promise to make our policies
> comply with the
> standards of the English language, I have altered policy
> 2002-5. How do you
> like this?
> If an organization, whether a member or non-member, ISP or end-user,
> relinquishes a larger block of portable address space to
> ARIN, they shall be
> allowed to receive a smaller block, /24 or shorter, in exchange. The
> organization will not be required to justify their use of the
> new, smaller
> block. The organization must return the block to be
> exchanged within 12
> months. ARIN staff shall, at their discretion, determine whether the
> smaller replacement block shall be a subnet of the returned
> block, or a
> block allocated from some different range.
> If any of the relinquished blocks had associated maintenance
> fees, then the
> new block will be subject to the appropriate fees for that block size.
> Likewise those without maintenance fees shall remain so.
> I am also interested in continuing the discussion on the
> relative merits of
> this policy.
> Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
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