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

Eliot Lear lear at cisco.com
Thu Nov 10 02:49:38 EST 2011


I oppose 2011-1, as written.

It is crucial that regions where IPv4 is not widely as diffused as 
elsewhere not be pushed from back to the front of the IPv6 deployment 
pack for want of IPv4 addresses.  Shifting resources into the ARIN 
region increases just such a risk.  To correct this concern, the AC 
should split the proposal into two- one for outbound transfers and one 
for inbound, where I would have no objection to outbound transfers.  
Even better would be to stop tinkering with v4 allocation policies 
altogether and focus on IPv6 deployment.

I speak only for myself and not for my employer on this matter (although 
management at employer have made public statements similar to the last 
sentence in the above paragraph).

Eliot Lear

On 11/8/11 12:11 AM, Robert Seastrom wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> By my count, since it went to last call we've heard from 19 distinct people in threads involving 2011-1 ("ARIN INTER-RIR TRANSFERS").
> Of those people, 12 were in favor, 5 were against, and 2 did not make a clear statement.
> 2011-1 is in Last Call until November 16th.  If you have an opinion on it the AC would love to hear from you.  Please reply to this message and state clearly in the first couple of sentences whether you support or oppose 2011-1 as written.  Everyone's opinion is appreciated.
> 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.
> Thank you,
> -r (Shepherd, 2011-1).
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