[arin-ppml] What do you think of 2011-1 (now in Last Call)?

Jeffrey Lyon jeffrey.lyon at blacklotus.net
Wed Nov 9 19:47:29 EST 2011

I also oppose.

On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 10:31 AM, William Herrin <bill at herrin.us> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 6:11 PM, Robert Seastrom <ppml at rs.seastrom.com> wrote:
>> We would like to take this up at our call on Wednesday the 16th,
>> which is at 1600 EST.  To make sure your voice is heard, please
>> respond no later than 1200 EST (0900 PST, 1700 UTC) on
>> Wednesday, November 16th 2011.
> OPPOSE as written. Would like to see it returned to the AC's docket.
> There are too many open questions about how 2011-1 would work, some
> which have been asked, some which the accelerated time line hasn't
> given us time to think of. I won't rehash the whole argument but I'll
> offer one example:
> Per ARIN President John Curran, APNIC policy 096
> (http://www.apnic.net/policy/proposals/prop-096/prop-096-v001.txt)
> causes ARIN to find APNIC policy "compatible" under draft 2011-1.
> However, 096 says: "It is the NIR's choice as to whether to adopt this
> policy."
> ARIN doesn't use National Internet Registries (NIRs). LIRs (ISPs) and
> large or multihomed end-users register addresses directly with ARIN.
> APNIC prefers to create NIRs, country-level registries, and then have
> LIRs and end-users register addresses there instead.
> Does the caveat in 096 mean that NIRs in the APNIC region are not
> obligated to allow their registrants to transfer address to an
> ARIN-region registrant even as ARIN is obligated to permit transfers
> to their registrants from ARIN holdings? Without having received an
> authoritative answer from APNIC leadership we can only speculate.
> We shouldn't still be speculating about the effect of a draft during
> last call. By now there should be little doubt as to exactly what the
> policy will do. That such questions are still open is a pretty clear
> sign the draft needs more work.
> Regards,
> Bill Herrin
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