[ppml] Markets, pricing, transparency, 2008-2 / 8.3.9

Jo Rhett jrhett at svcolo.com
Wed Mar 19 19:49:23 EDT 2008

Cliff, my reading of 2008-2 does exactly that.  You're restating  
pretty clear the goal of the proposal.

The "market" would and does exist independant of ARIN.  The only  
question was whether ARIN should provide a listing service.

On Mar 17, 2008, at 7:20 PM, Cliff Bedore wrote:
> It seems to me that all that 2008-2 needs to do is add a third  
> method once the
> IANA free pool is gone.
> 3) Party 1 offers to transfer to Party 2 some block of addresses.   
> Party 1
> has the right to offer and Party 2 justifies the right to receive the
> addresses.  No market, no ARIN involvement with SEC, just ARIN  
> approving use
> of a block of addresses.
> Why is this not a simple way to handle the end of life address  
> management of
> v4 addresses?  ARIN gets their fees just like now so they remain  
> viable but
> have no interaction with the "market" and its associated problems.
> Cliff
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