maem at nic.ad.jp
Sat Feb 27 01:55:03 EST 2010
Milton, McTim and all,
I agree that the NIR scheme has some disadvantages. the
major one is complexiety. An NIR need to deploy a similar
mechanism of an Internet Registry including the registry
system and policy development process, which should be
synchronized to RIR's one. Someone possibly might feel not
However, NIRs are working very well to serve non English
speaking community to deliver IP resources and include it
into the global policy scheme, which should justify an
additional cost for the complexiety as shown above.
The NIR scheme is not phasing out, APNIC does accept
applications of forming an NIR.
Just for making sure.
Akinori - JPNIC and APNIC EC, but in my personal capacity
In message <75822E125BCB994F8446858C4B19F0D701C79C6CE0 at SUEX07-MBX-04.ad.syr.edu>
"Re: [arin-ppml] RIPE/ITU"
"Milton L Mueller <mueller at syr.edu>" wrote:
| This conforms to my experience and information, too. Although I do recall
| seeing documentation - either records of APNIC meeting discussions or
| some kind of policy document, but I don't have time to look it up.
| From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net [arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of McTim [dogwallah at gmail.com]
| On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 4:43 AM, Skeeve Stevens <Skeeve at eintellego.net> wrote:
| > Do you have any reference to where the APNIC community is suggesting
| phasing out the NIR model?
| I don't this recollection is based on private conversations over the
| last 5 years.
| Now that I am thinking about it, perhaps "phasing out" is too strong a
| term, I think that what they have decided is more like "no more new
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