[arin-ppml] Is Emergency action warranted for Policy Proposal 123: Reserved Pool for Critical Infrastructure?

Bill Darte BillD at cait.wustl.edu
Tue Dec 7 00:16:12 EST 2010


There are over 1000 /24 sized, non-aggregateable blocks in the ARIN free pool and only a few hundreds of CI assignments in the past since policy inception. Does this mean that there exists sufficient resources to continue to handle CI interests for the near future?
Could that space or part of it be reserved for that use?  Does it even need to be?

bd


-----Original Message-----
From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net on behalf of Scott Leibrand
Sent: Mon 12/6/2010 6:35 PM
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Subject: [arin-ppml] Is Emergency action warranted for Policy Proposal 123: Reserved Pool for Critical Infrastructure?
 
We've gotten some good feedback from a few folks on this in the "122 +
123 process" thread, so I wanted to summarize where we're at and see
if anyone else has any more feedback to the AC in preparation for next
week's AC call.  On that call we'll likely discuss whether to put this
proposal on the AC's docket, if so whether to also designate it as a
draft policy for adoption discussion, and most likely also whether to
recommend that the Board invoke the Emergency PDP on this issue.

Do you feel that Proposal 123 meets an emergency need, and that the
Emergency PDP should be activated?

A few comments we've received so far are:

"122 and 123 should be adopted as draft policies and put through the
normal process, at least until
the last /8 is actually allocated." ... "When the last minute arrives,
I would favor 122 and 123 as emergency policies." (Bill Herrin)

"we ought to:" ... "establish via emergency procedures a separate /16
(I would fully support
a /10) for CI as described in Proposal 123" because "b) the sizes of
these two pools are small enough in the grand scheme of things that it
is better to be safe than sorry. c) having two pools rather than one
will prevent a run-out of all remaining addresses for just one of the
two purposes, something that might occur if there was just one pool",
and "we need some space for CI
in situations where even our best planning didn't anticipate a certain
need."  (Frank Bulk)

"Emergency?  No.  That is not to claim that there cannot possibly be
some future action or event that could cause an emergency, just that I
do not see one now." (Gary Buhrmaster)

Additional feedback would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Scott

On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 7:01 AM, ARIN <info at arin.net> wrote:
> The proposal originator submitted revised text.
>
> Regards,
>
> Communications and Member Services
> American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
>
>
> ## * ##
>
>
> Policy Proposal 123: Reserved Pool for Critical Infrastructure
>
> Proposal Originator: Martin Hannigan
>
> Proposal Version: 3.0
>
> Date: 23 Nov 2010
>
> Proposal type: Modify
>
> Policy term: 36 Months following implementation
>
> Policy statement:
>
> Upon receipt of the last /8 that the IANA will allocate to ARIN per the
> Global Policy for the Allocation of the Remaining IPv4 Address Space,
> ARIN will place an equivalent of a /16 of IPv4 address space in a
> reserve for Critical Infrastructure. If at the end of the policy term
> there is unused address space remaining in this pool, ARIN staff is
> authorized to utilize this space in a manner consistent with community
> expectations.
>
> Rationale:
>
> Section 4.10 of the NRPM is insufficient with respect to insuring the
> continued operation of critical infrastructure. This proposal, if
> adopted, will protect those resources with a reasonable amount of
> reserved v4 address space and prevent an overrun of CI needs by NRPM
> Section 4.10 or any successor. The intent is to separate CI needs and
> make a distinct pool available to insure the continuity of CI
> allocations per NRPM Section 4.4 for at least 36 months.
>
> This proposal should be considered an emergency proposal. IANA
> exhaustion is likely to occur prior to the next ARIN meeting.
>
> Timetable for implementation: Immediate
>
>
>
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