[arin-ppml] ARIN Multiple Discrete Networks Policy
owen at delong.com
Mon Oct 3 19:30:40 EDT 2011
Can you contrast those numbers with the number of requests that never
resulted in approval or at least have not as yet resulted in approval?
On Oct 3, 2011, at 10:05 AM, John Curran wrote:
> On Oct 2, 2011, at 11:35 PM, John Curran wrote:
>> On Oct 2, 2011, at 10:32 PM, Kevin Blumberg wrote:
>>> 2) How many times has this policy been accepted/rejected in the past 2 years?
>> I do not know the stats offhand, but can obtain them.
> Kevin -
> It turns out that rejections are very hard to measure (e.g. Applicant
> applied, was turned down, reapplied, got told it needed to be amended,
> then reapplied with changes and approved - Is that 3 requests, 2 denied
> and 1 approved, or is that 1 approved and 0 rejections?)
> We need to more consideration about how to usefully collect that
> information, but in the meantime I can provide statistics on the
> accepted MDN requests (and in context against all approved address
> Statistics on use of the MDN policy
> In the past year (10/1/2010 -> 9/30/2011):
> We've had 63 total requests approved under MDN:
> 44 v4 requests approved under MDN
> 19 v6 requests approved under MDN
> This is out of a total number of IPv4/IPv6 address
> request approvals in the same period of:
> 872 v4 requests approved
> 1134 v6 requests approved
> 44 of 872 v4 approvals means MDN was approx 5% of total
> 19 of 1,134 v6 approvals meansMDN was approx 2% of total
> John Curran
> President and CEO
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