[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal 112: Utilization of 10.4.2 resources only via explicit policy
George, Wes E IV [NTK]
Wesley.E.George at sprint.com
Fri Apr 30 15:20:06 EDT 2010
I oppose this proposal. Justified use and allocation of IPv4 address space under ARIN's current policy is justified use regardless of whether it is the last /8 or not. I agree that there are some reasons to hold addresses in reserve for transition items, but the existing policy already makes provision for that in the form of a /10. It is impossible to say that we as a community will know (and more importantly, agree on) 100% of the reasons why addresses should be allocated in the 10.4.2 endgame and can get them all documented in the policy process in a reasonable amount of time so that this is not an overly inflexible and limiting rule for ARIN staff and users of IPv4 space.
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Policy Proposal Name: Utilization of 10.4.2 resources only via explicit
Proposal Originator: Joe Maimon
Proposal Version: 1.0
Date: 29 April 2010
Proposal type: New
Policy term: permanent
Add section 4.11
4.11 Last /8 utilization
Resources received from IANA under section 10.4.2 (the last /8) will be
unavailable for any purposes not explicitly specified, such as 4.10, and
will be held in reserve.
No reason to blow the last /8 as quickly as all the others.
Timetable for implementation: Concurrently with 10.4
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