[arin-ppml] 2011-1 dissent Was: Re: ARIN-2011-1: ARINInter-RIRTransfers - Last Call
bill at herrin.us
Fri Oct 21 17:31:31 EDT 2011
On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 11:44 AM, Mike Burns <mike at nationwideinc.com> wrote:
> In the converse case you present, I would support a policy whereby those who
> sell addresses may not tap the free pool again, even if their needs change
> and they have a justifiable need.
Impractical. $5k lets me stand up a new, independent legal entity that
can legitimately tap the free pool regardless of any other entity's
prior behavior. Done it for customers. Twice.
On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 11:17 AM, John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:
> A party which requests assignments from ARIN's free pool
> based on documented need, and then subsequently attempts
> to transfer them within 12 months is likely to be considered
> an attempt at number resource fraud under existing policy
> (as they filed documentation which explained their need and
> which they now no longer have, but now replaced by a desire
> for monetization of the obtained resources) ARIN is highly
> likely to initiate NRPM 12 resource review to confirm that the
> original request for resources was not fraudulent in nature.
I am allocated a /16 for my 50,000 customer Smartphone business so I
can stop using my ISP's addresses. I configure the addresses on my
DHCP equipment which assigns them to each always-on smartphone. Fast
forward 30 days. Another company offers me $100,000 to convert all the
phones to carrier NAT and transfer the /16 to them. I accept. My
paperwork "proves" all this. Do I fail the audit?
I have a 50,000 customer Smartphone business. I use carrier NAT to
isolate them behind a few IP public addresses. I request a /16 so I
can assign real, global IP addresses to every always-on phone. Is my
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