[arin-ppml] Revealing /32 customers?
jcurran at arin.net
Thu Apr 26 18:16:18 EDT 2012
On Apr 26, 2012, at 3:02 PM, William Herrin wrote:
> I don't doubt it and I'm pleased to hear that ARIN is vigorously
> defending the address pool. I just want to make sure that if we've
> decided, as a matter of consensus based public policy, that
> assignments smaller than /29 are permitted to remain a private matter
> between ISP and customer that the staff procedures are not, in a
> roundabout way, contradicting or partially nullifying that policy.
I do believe that the policy intent was to keep customer data private
_with respect to public reassignment directories_, and not with
respect to answering ARIN inquiries regarding utilization, but I
could be mistaken. The policy origin of the language is in ARIN
> More to the point, if staff procedures are leaving any ISPs stranded
> with no choice but to reveal /32 customer identities, I'd like to see
> those procedures revised to better reflect the spirit of the /29
> boundary called out multiple times in the NRPM, such as in 126.96.36.199.1.
I believe the procedures we utilize are correct implementation of
the policy (and policy intent with respect to 2010-14), but if you
want specifically for ARIN to never seek information on customers
with smaller than /29 reassignments, then I'd recommend making policy
to that effect. Note to also amend NRPM 12, since that is definitely
without constraints, regardless of the reading of ISP IPv4 policies.
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