[arin-ppml] IP Address Policy

Seth Mattinen sethm at rollernet.us
Thu Aug 9 16:36:09 EDT 2012

On 8/9/2012 13:15, Steven Ryerse wrote:
> I didn't bring up the word cabal, somebody else used that term and I loosely concurred with it.  It is not the word I would have used but this policy and others are stacked against smaller organizations and that could be construed a cabal - larger/older organizations against smaller/newer ones.  Anyway I did propose a one line policy in my first post on this subject and I will list it here again for you.  I have since been furnished with the documentation to formally submit it which I will do when I get some time to go thru it.  Here it is again:
> “Regardless of any other ARIN Policy,  ARIN will allocate an IP block matching ARIN’s current Minimum IP Block Size, to any organization or entity that can reasonably demonstrate a need for an IP block.”
> I understand from some of the responses I've gotten that this appears to be radical thinking but it does advances the Internet and that is a central part of ARINs mission.

Are you going to read the PDP and NRPM or not?


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