[arin-ppml] Post-Meeting Revision of 2010-14
cgrundemann at gmail.com
Mon Oct 11 18:08:38 EDT 2010
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 14:21, Jay Deckness <jdeckness at tctainc.net> wrote:
> Is there any support in registering a residential market as a single large registration similar to the process under discussion in RIPE:
> RIPE region is discussing IPv6 registration to
> customer areas, for example, registering a
> DSL customer area [Example, "v6xxxx::/36
> DSL pool in North London(assignment size
I think the best thing to do at this point is to adopt 2010-14 and
then submit a follow up proposal to address IPv6 market areas. I say
this because there still seems to be a fair amount of confusion around
current IPv6 requirements especially wrt the HD ratio, etc. I think
there is enough conversation needed there to warrant a separate policy
proposal. Plus I think that 2010-14 addresses all of the most urgent
issues, giving us time to have that conversation...
> It is my understanding that under existing policy, if an ISP assigns a /56 to each of its residential customers, it will be required to enter a generic ('Private Customer - XYZ Network') SWIP for each one.
> Justin Deckness
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> From: Chris Grundemann [mailto:cgrundemann at gmail.com]
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> Subject: [arin-ppml] Post-Meeting Revision of 2010-14
> Based on feedback during and after the presentation of 2010-14 at the public policy meeting last week; I have worked with the AC shepherds to fix the editorial issues raised.
> I believe that this new revision is conceptually identical to what was presented in Atlanta, that the changes are strictly editorial, have not changed the intent of the policy but have addressed all of the concerns raised at the meeting.
> There were two changes made:
> 1) The text in section 18.104.22.168.3.1. "Residential Market Area" was replaced with a direct copy of the current "Cable Address Space Policy" to avoid any perceived change of intent. The only changes to this text are it's placement in the NRPM and that it now applies to all residential access networks, not just cable networks.
> 2) The "Residential Market Area" section has been stricken from the
> IPv6 policy. It is not needed due to the application of the HD ratio to IPv6 allocations.
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