[ppml] Policy Proposal: Removal of Ipv6 Operational Informationfrom NRPM
packetgrrl at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 21:03:38 EST 2007
The other point to make here is that although there may be a "global policy"
for things like IPv6 or even IPv4 (RFC2050), the operational mechanism and
guidelines very significantly from RIR to RIR. How you apply, what
mechanism for verifying utilization, even in some cases whether you can
assign a certain size block to a customer, vary from RIR to RIR. There are
also guidelines like the ones I was proposing we strike that are used by
ARIN but not necessarily by any other RIR. Then there are things like
actual IP address allocation/assignment policies that vary from region to
It is not clear to me that we're ever going to have all this stuff
globalized. Meanwhile they're not really policy so it would be good to have
them all in one place and available for the ARIN community.
I am agreeing with you Owen :-) I think we have to start with the ARIN
community and then if the idea gets adopted in other regions that's great.
On 2/22/07, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
> On Feb 22, 2007, at 8:34 AM, Azinger, Marla wrote:
> > Thomas- Although we need to consider IETF regulations and
> > guidance, the purpose here is not to write an IETF Golobal
> > document. The purpose of this is to provide quick guidance to the
> > ARIN Community.
> > This project is focusing only on taking "non policy" information
> > out of the NRPM and relocating it in a easy to read and understand
> > document for the ARIN Community.
> > I'm not saying that its not possible a Global IETF document of this
> > nature could have merit or be written, it's just not the intent,
> > and it would also be a challenge to write given this information we
> > are talking about hedges on policy.
> Perhaps a hybrid of the two... Perhaps start by creating the ARIN
> NPOG and pass the
> idea along to the other RIRs to adopt or not. If there is consensus
> among the 5 RIRs
> to create something similar as a global document, that could be done
> easily enough
> at that later date.
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