[arin-ppml] Post PPM Revision of ARIN-2011-7: Compliance Requirement

Scott Leibrand scottleibrand at gmail.com
Mon Oct 24 22:04:13 EDT 2011

I'm not sure we heard a consensus from the community in favor of requiring
ARIN to revoke reverse DNS for organizations out of compliance with policy.
 I don't think the transcripts are available yet, so all I have aside from
my own memory is the poll counts, which were 20-34 on the text presented,
and 57-6 in favor of continuing to work on it.

So I guess I'd like to hear from the community (particularly those 34 of you
who didn't like the presented text) as to whether you think these changes
address your concerns or not.


On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 12:29 PM, Chris Grundemann <cgrundemann at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello,
> As the primary shepherd of draft policy ARIN-2011-7: Compliance
> Requirement, I took your feedback from the Public Policy Meeting in
> Philadelphia and revised the text. I believe that this new text
> continues to meet the originators intentions while also addressing all
> significant concerns raised thus far. Please let me know what you
> think. If there are no major objections from the community here, I
> plan to recommend this policy for last call at the next AC meeting.
> New text:
> ----8<----8<----8<----
> 12.4 - Update to:
> Organizations found by ARIN to be out of compliance with current ARIN
> policy shall be required to update reassignment information or return
> resources as needed to bring them into (or reasonably close to)
> compliance.
> 1. The degree to which an organization may remain out of compliance
> shall be based on the reasonable judgment of the ARIN staff and shall
> balance all facts known, including the organization's utilization
> rate, available address pool, and other factors as appropriate so as
> to avoid forcing returns which will result in near-term additional
> requests or unnecessary route de-aggregation.
> 2. To the extent possible, entire blocks should be returned. Partial
> address blocks shall be returned in such a way that the portion
> retained will comprise a single aggregate block.
> 12.5 - Update to:
> Except in cases of fraud when immediate action can be taken, an
> organization shall be given thirty (30) days to respond. If an
> organization fails to respond within thirty (30) days, ARIN may cease
> providing reverse DNS services to that organization. If progress of
> resource returns or record corrections has not occurred within sixty
> (60) days after ARIN initiated contact, ARIN shall cease providing
> reverse DNS services for the resources in question. At any time ninety
> (90) days after initial ARIN contact, ARIN may initiate the revocation
> of any resources issued by ARIN as required to bring the organization
> into overall compliance. ARIN may permit a longer period of time to
> come into compliance, if ARIN believes the organization is working in
> good faith to restore compliance with policy and has a valid need for
> additional time to comply, including but not limited to renumbering
> out of the affected blocks. ARIN shall follow the same guidelines for
> revocation that are required for voluntary return in the previous
> paragraph.
> (leave 12.6 as is)
> ----8<----8<----8<----
> Cheers,
> ~Chris
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