[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Last Minute Assistance for Small ISPs
petelists at templin.org
Mon Jul 27 12:22:17 EDT 2009
Member Services wrote:
> In the meantime, the AC invites everyone to comment on the proposal on
> the PPML, particularly their support or non-support and the reasoning
> behind their opinion. Such participation contributes to a thorough
> vetting and provides important guidance to the AC in their deliberations.
First, a request for typographical corrections:
> "Until ARIN has assigned 90% of it's remaining IP addressing,"
> When ARIN has reached 90% allocation of it's remaining IP free pool,
> When ARIN has reached 95% allocation of it's remaining IP free pool,
> When ARIN has reached 97% allocation of it's remaining IP free pool,
> When ARIN has exhausted all of it's remaining IP free pool, for any
> Once ARIN is no longer able to assign IPv4, there will be many smaller
> ISP's who never qualified for an initial allocation under section
> LIR's diverge further and further from the yearly fees for allocations
> from the RIR's, LIR's will have small ISP's using multiple /24
s/LIR's/LIRs/; s/RIR's/RIRs/; s/ISP's/ISPs/
> Those small ISP's will be unable to get IPv4 from ARIN even if they
> What this proposal attempts to do is give those small ISP's a chance
> help small ISP's over the hump.
Commentary to follow separately.
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