[ppml] Allocation and reallocation
owen at delong.com
Mon Oct 27 12:42:53 EST 2003
This is handled in the policy as it exists today. The LIR can be it's own
customer for some of it's blocks. If, for example, an LIR receives a /20
from ARIN, they need to allocate or assign 80% of it before they can get
more. They can ASSIGN some of it to themselves for their infrastructure
as long as they meet the 50% utiliziation criteria for assignment on those
blocks. They can assign and allocate other parts of it to their customers.
When 80% has been allocated or assigned, they go back to ARIN and ask
for another allocation.
Really... This part of the policy is _NOT_ broken. The terminology (which
is what started this debate) may be, but, the actual policy itself is not.
--On Monday, October 27, 2003 12:32:01 PM -0500 Charles Scott <cscott at gaslightmedia.com> wrote:
> No! What I'm saying is that we do have that right now--separate policies
> for ISP's vs end-users. However, the difference is not in the
> organization, but in what you're doing with the address block. If you're
> assigning blocks out of it for end-user consumption it's one policy, if
> you're consuming address space in the block as an end-user it's the other
> policy. Both policies may very well apply to one organization if they do
> both. I dare say, there are probably no ISP's that assign address space to
> end-users but that don't consume space as an end-user themselves.
> Chuck Scott
> On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 Michael.Dillon at radianz.com wrote:
>> > The 80% and 25%/50% guidelines are that way because
>> > consumption of address space must be considered differently for
>> > assignable space vs end-user space.
>> I think it's more useful to have separate guidelines
>> for end-users vs. ISPs. In other words to classify the
>> organizations rather than the address blocks that they
>> have registered with ARIN.
>> --Michael Dillon
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