[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-131: Section 5.0 Legacy Addresses

cja@daydream.com packetgrrl at gmail.com
Mon Feb 14 10:08:06 EST 2011


I thought that one of the purposes for this proposal was to provide specific
guidance for returned blocks because of the absence of a policy for the IANA
to hand out blocks longer than a /8.  There is no policy at IANA for blocks
of legacy or non-legacy space longer than a /8.   It seems to me that this
policy should include both legacy and non-legacy space so that it is clear
what ARIN will do with all blocks that are returned.


On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 7:55 AM, Martin Hannigan <hannigan at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 6:22 PM, Chris Grundemann <cgrundemann at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> [ snip ]
> > Marty - Can you shed some light onto why this is (and needs to be)
> > limited to legacy space? I don't see a need for the distinction but
> > could certainly be missing something.
> Chris,
> In the past, we've heard numerous ARIN folks talking about "clear
> instructions from the community".
> Right now, we have multiple global policies circulating trying to
> determine what should be done with ipv4 legacy addresses in the ARIN
> region.
> ARIN has always treated IPv4 legacy addresses different (LRSA, etc)
> and our discussions make distinctions between "RSA" and "legacy
> holders".
> There is likely some minor, but necessary policy required to make
> whatever will transpire with legacy addresses acceptable and workable
> to all.
> This would be a clear instruction that would leave no ambiguity with
> respect to what the community wants ARIN to do with legacy addresses.
> This proposal leaves noone wondering what will happen to addresses
> returned to ARIN and it codifies the requirement.
> Is there a problem with resources already in ARIN's possession being
> returned to "inventory"? If there is, in the interest of clarity, I
> think it would be better to submit an ASCP item or propose something
> specific IMHO.
> I've softened this enough to hopefully clarify it's intent. As a side
> benefit, it should also encourage people writing global policies to
> work together.
> Best,
> -M<
> Best,
> -M<
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