[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-130: IPv4 Transition Reservation for Every ASN
owen at delong.com
Fri Jan 21 15:43:38 EST 2011
I oppose this proposal.
The current policy NRPM 4.10 does a better job of addressing this need without
the added risks of creating a large pool of space reserved for ASNs that will
not likely ever use it.
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> ARIN-prop-130: IPv4 Transition Reservation for Every ASN
> Proposal Originator: Matthew Kaufman
> Proposal Version: 1
> Date: 21 January 2011
> Proposal type: New
> Policy term: Permanent
> Policy statement:
> Upon receipt of the last IPv4 /8 from IANA, ARIN shall reserve one
> /24 of IPv4 space from that block for every ARIN-registered AS number,
> including assigned legacy AS numbers in the ARIN region. Organizations
> may apply to receive the space that has been reserved under the existing
> address space justification policy.
> IPv4 space is running out. Most organizations will find that their
> IPv4 to IPv6 transition plans require a small amount of additional IPv4
> space, but given the current pace of IPv6 deployment and transition it
> is highly likely that most organizations will discover this fact AFTER
> no additional IPv4 space is available, including space that has been set
> aside in a transition technology pool.
> This policy ensures that every organization that previously qualified
> due to unique routing policy and/or multihoming will be able to request
> and receive a small amount of transition space at any time after runout.
> This policy also has the beneficial side effect of accelerating
> general IPv4 runout, which will encourage IPv6 deployment.
> These reservations will consume less than 1/3rd of the final /8.
> Timetable for implementation: Immediate
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