[arin-ppml] [arin-council] Returning Legacy Space to IANA. Attorney client communcation.

Stephen Sprunk stephen at sprunk.org
Mon Jun 15 22:56:06 EDT 2009


Jo Rhett wrote:
> You want fairness?  Let's make the environment truly fair:  before
> Cogent or any other provider with legacy space can get any more
> allocations, they have to demonstrate 80% usage of ALL of their space,
> including all legacy blocks.  *THAT* would be fair.  But we both know
> that ARIN has no stomach for this, and it won't happen.   Fair?  No. 
> Certainly a large provider advantage.

That was (part of) the intent of 2007-14, which is now NRPM §12:
https://www.arin.net/policy/nrpm.html#twelve

Note in particular §12.2(a), §12.4, and §12.8, which I think address
your point when combined.  If you think that the language is lacking,
please submit a proposal to fix it.

S

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