[ppml] ARIN 2002-3 statistics
tme at multicasttech.com
Mon Nov 15 18:49:18 EST 2004
I basically agree with Jim here
- a year wait seems appropriate. Since the clock started in May, that means late Spring, 2005.
On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 16:53:33 -0500
"Jim McBurnett" <jim at tgasolutions.com> wrote:
> > First, doesn't look like a significant impact, but again, it
> > has only been 6 months...has 'word' gotten out that the
> > boundary was changed?...I don't know.
> In my part of the world--- 2 service providers and 3 of my customers
> did not know.. (all that we asked) One customer currently has
> 3 Class C's from 2 providers...(yeah, this is a bad one)
> All 3 of those enterprise customers are now considering the
> > It has been our announced commitment on the AC to revisit
> > this boundary after impact assessment.
> > So...to the community this email reaches...
> > 1. Has there been sufficient time to devoted to the impact?
> Personnally, I think it should wait 1 calender year.....
> 6 months is barely enough time to consider.
> > 2. Are the statistics below adequate to assess impact or are
> > others needed (suggest)?
> I think we should wait, maybe someone on the AC should write
> And article to Network World or something, and start the land rush.
> > 3. Should the Advisory Council entertain a boundary change
> > policy proposal for the Spring meeting?
> YES, put it on the calender and then see what the membership and PPML
> > 4. In the event that 4 is answered in the affirmative, is
> > the boundary change a single or mulitiple bits?..and...who
> > would be the target for such policy change (e.g. only
> > multi-homed nets)?
> I think it should be changed to read:
> Multi-homed networks will be assigned /22, /23 or /24 allocations based
> Utilization and needs in-line with other allocations and assignments
> covered in
> Other policies...
> > Your input to these questions and in other areas you thing
> > relevant are appreciated.
> > Bill Darte
> > ARIN Advisory Council
> > 314 935-7575
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