[arin-ppml] An article of interest to the community....
matthew at matthew.at
Wed Sep 14 07:10:39 EDT 2011
On 9/14/11 1:57 AM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> Not really... An 8.3 transfer allows partial transfers. An 8.2 transfer generally requires transferring the underlying network physical assets as well as the numbers and would generally not be a partial transfer unless the remainder was returned to ARIN.
Or unless only a portion of the "network physical assets" ("customers
and supporting equipment") were transferred, which of course happens all
Creating the legal entities required is just a matter of additional
paperwork, as I originally said.
Which just leads to the question: Why does 8.3 have a restriction to
just IPv4? I know of at least one case where some limited assets and an
AS number were transferred, but nothing else... 8.3 should be usable for
AS numbers as well.
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