[arin-ppml] IPv4 Fragment Management policy proposal

Scott Leibrand scottleibrand at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 17:44:03 EDT 2010


Owen,

2010-1 is intended to prevent this for free pool addresses, and 8.3 
transfer policy disallows it for transfers.

Do you feel that either of those are insufficient?

-Scott

On Wed 4/28/2010 2:38 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> At ARIN XXV, one of the discussions pointed out that under current
> ARIN policy, after IANA runout, a justified request for a /10 could
> (and would) be satisfied, if necessary, by issuing 1024 disjoint /20s.
>
> I believe there is a need for policy to prevent this kind of
> gathering of the last breadcrumbs by a small number of large
> entities. As such, I offer the following proposal for the discussion
> of the community.
>
> Owen
>
> TEMPLATE: ARIN-POLICY-PROPOSAL-TEMPLATE-2.0
>
> 1.      Policy Proposal Name: IPv4 Fragment Management
> 2.      Proposal Originator
>         a.      name: Owen DeLong
>         b.      email: owen at delong.com <mailto:owen at delong.com>
>         c.      telephone: 408-890-7992
>         d.      organization: Hurricane Electric
> 3.      Proposal Version: 0.8
> 4.      Date: 2010-04-28
> 5.      Proposal type: New
>         new, modify, or delete.
> 6.      Policy term: Permanent
>         temporary, permanent, or renewable.
> 7.      Policy statement:
>
> Add the following to the NRPM as new sections 4.2.1.7 et. seq.
>
> Each time ARIN approves an IPv4 request which it cannot
> satisfy from 4 or fewer bit-aligned blocks of free address
> space, ARIN shall notify the requestor that there is
> insufficient free address space to meet their request and
> shall offer the requestor their choice of the following
> alternatives:
>
> a. They can have the largest 4 available bit-aligned
> blocks of free addresses.
>
> b. This section reserved -- (in case we implement the
> waiting list for unmet requests policy)
>
> c. They can seek resources through the directed
> transfer policy in section 8.3 of the NRPM.
>
> 8.      Rationale:
>
> When the ARIN free pool begins to diminish, the free space
> will become fragmented into smaller and smaller remaining
> contiguous spaces. This policy attempts to ensure that a
> large number of remaining disjoint small blocks are not
> consumed by a single large request.
>
> While this policy could be regarded as unfair to larger
> entities, it is consistent with the safeguards adopted in
> section 8.3 which require an exact match or full fill
> style of resource transfer.  As such, I believe the policy
> is fair and in line with the consensus will of the community.
>
> 9.      Timetable for implementation: Immediate, although it has no
> actual effect until some time after IANA runout.
>
> END OF TEMPLATE
>
>
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