[arin-ppml] IPv4 Run Out Proposals
cgrundemann at gmail.com
Mon Jul 27 17:34:14 EDT 2009
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 13:31, Ted Mittelstaedt <tedm at ipinc.net> wrote:
> David Farmer wrote:
>> I've been meaning to ask this for several weeks now, where has the summer gone?
>> Leo and I are the AC Shepards for the two IPv4 Run Out Proposals, they are;
>> 93. Predicable IPv4 Run Out by Prefix Size http://lists.arin.net/pipermail/arin-ppml/2009-June/014635.html
>> 94. Predictable IPv4 Run Out by Allocation Window
>> Leo, I, and I believe much of the AC, think that these proposals shouldn't move forward separately, but that one or the other, or a merged version of the two, should move forward to Draft Policy to be discussed at ARIN XXIV in Dearborn.
>> Therefore, Leo and I would like feed back on these two proposals, and your ideas on the following options;
>> 1. Should they be merged together and move forward as a single Draft Policy?
My recommendation is that proposal 94 is merged into proposal 93,
leaving the fairly arbitrary date based method of reduction behind in
favor of a remaining resources based implementation (and limit it to
IPv4 explicitly); such as "when ARIN receives its last /8, an
organization may choose to request up to a 6 month supply of IPv4
resources" or some more finely graduated but similarly triggered
>> 2. Should "Predicable IPv4 Run Out by Prefix Size" move forward to Draft Policy alone?
>> 3. Should "Predictable IPv4 Run Out by Allocation Window" move forward to Draft Policy alone?
>> 4. Should they move forward as two separate Draft Policies?
>> 5. Should they both be abandoned?
>> In order to make it on to the agenda for Dearborn, Draft Policy text must be ready for Staff and Legal Review by the end of this week.
>> So please get any suggestions you have in as soon as possible, I'm going to start on a merged version of the text in case the consensus is to go that way, I will share it on PPML in the next day or two.
>> Thank you for your feed back.
>> David Farmer Email:farmer at umn.edu
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