[arin-ppml] Future pressures on the ARIN policy process (Was:Use of "reserved" address space)

michael.dillon at bt.com michael.dillon at bt.com
Thu Jul 1 03:21:57 EDT 2010

> So.. What is the justification that a legacy /24 holder, can sign a
> LRSA and be an ARIN member, and yet an end user org in the ARIN region
> who has just a /24 allocation from their LIR (ISP) cannot  be an ARIN
> member also,  if they would prefer?

Isn't there a members at large category?

In any case, ARIN members do not make ARIN policy. That is done in
public on the PPML list where anyone can participate without paying
a fee.

--Michael Dillon

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