[arin-ppml] Continuation: Policy Change Request: IP Address Assignment to Educational and Non-Commercial Organizations
cmettin at gqbc-online.com
Mon Nov 30 12:27:14 EST 2009
That is a really good idea. Are schoolnet or k12 such state network
We should at least send them some email and wait for a reply, maybe they
will also join the list.
We don't have a state network in Sachsen-Anhalt but maybe any state network
can provide us with access to theirs.
Thank you, Kevin. Guess that will help.
Gymnasium Querfurt High School
From: Kevin Kargel [mailto:kkargel at polartel.com]
Sent: Monday, November 30, 2009 5:32 PM
To: 'arin-ppml at arin.net'
Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Continuation: Policy Change Request: IP Address
Assignment to Educational and Non-Commercial Organizations
Assuming this is not all a scam the problem they are going to have in the US
is that schools are migrating to a state operated network, and are moving
away from independent service providers. The state networks properly manage
themselves for both security and access.
What the classroom projects are going to have to do is to work with the
state network administrators to ensure that their project is within the
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) the school has entered in to with the state. If
that is successfully accomplished I do not see why there should be any
problem getting IP addresses assigned to the project.
If they cannot fit their project in to the AUP then it is something that the
school network does not want them to do and we should not abet the effort to
do an end run around security.
I suspect we have people from "schoolnet" and/or k12 monitoring this list.
Can we receive comments from them? I find it hard to believe that the state
governments would not be progressive in promoting educational projects on
the internet. It is simply a matter of crossing t's and dotting i's, which
is as much a part of learning as the technical aspects.
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