[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-156 Update 8.3 to allow inter-RIR transfers

Rudolph Daniel rudi.daniel at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 16:13:57 EDT 2011


Scott
>>That is the approach favored by ARIN-2011-9 Global Policy for post
>>exhaustion IPv4 allocation mechanisms by the IANA.  I support that
>>policy as well, but I think it will be insufficient, as organizations
>>holding valuable address space.......

And lets say a  multi national has legacy space in ARIN also does business
in (example) RIPE and decides it can profit from off- loading to another
party who is only present in RIPE or LACNIC ...
Present conditions allows the legacy space owner to leverage his presence
across RIRs to trade outside the RIR system?
Therefore pro-096 is basically a loophole closer?


RD


On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 1:38 PM, Scott Leibrand <scottleibrand at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 9:15 AM, Rudolph Daniel <rudi.daniel at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > This prop-156 ..I am trying to comprehend why we would be wanting to
> > transfer resources from ARIN to another "RIR's  member" when RIRs have
> the
> > potential to all have slightly different transfer policies?
>
> Most RIRs now have transfer policies in place that allow addresses to
> be transferred between organizations within the RIR's region.  That is
> likely to result in a transfer market, where the prices are set by
> supply of and demand for IPv4 space.  The ARIN region has a larger
> amount of legacy address space than the other RIRs, and a relatively
> mature market that is no longer growing at tremendous rates.  Other
> regions, such as APNIC, have almost no legacy address space and are
> still growing much faster.  Without some mechanism to allow address
> space to be transferred between regions, prices for IPv4 addresses are
> likely to be much higher in regions like APNIC than within the ARIN
> region.  That will encourage organizations to transfer addresses from
> ARIN to those other regions however they can, either by obtaining it
> here and using it elsewhere, or by engaging in de facto transfers
> outside the RIR system.  IMO we want to avoid that by allowing
> inter-RIR transfers to occur within the RIR system.
>
> > Or are we asking all RIRs to consider needs based policies akin to ARIN?
>
> That is what draft policy ARIN-2011-1 asks.  APNIC will be considering
> a proposal (prop-096) to reinstate needs basis for transfers at their
> Busan meeting next week.  If prop-096 is adopted, I think ARIN-2011-1
> would be adequate and ARIN-prop-156 would likely not be necessary.  If
> not, then ARIN-2011-1 is a no-op (at least with respect to APNIC), and
> ARIN-prop-156 would be needed.
>
> > Is it not more effective to deal with transfers between RIRs  and leave
> the
> > respective RIR to deal with its own members.?
>
> That is the approach favored by ARIN-2011-9 Global Policy for post
> exhaustion IPv4 allocation mechanisms by the IANA.  I support that
> policy as well, but I think it will be insufficient, as organizations
> holding valuable address space largely won't want to return it to ARIN
> for redistribution to other regions.  They would be much more likely
> to be willing to transfer the space to an APNIC member if they could
> receive some form of compensation for doing so.
>
> Hope that helps,
> -Scott (speaking only for myself, as always)
>



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