[arin-ppml] 2011-7 Status FAIL
cgrundemann at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 18:38:53 EST 2012
On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 16:03, William Herrin <bill at herrin.us> wrote:
> Strike the following and I think I'd be more or less satisfied with the draft:
> 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. ARIN shall negotiate
> a longer term with the organization if ARIN believes the organization is
> working in good faith to restore compliance and has a valid need for
> additional time.
> Here's my reasoning: stopping reverse DNS is *really* penny ante. The
> first use in 12.5 is potentially reasonable: a last ditch effort to
> get in touch with an uncommunicative registrant before revoking the
> resources. Beyond that, its punitive and unhelpful. ARIN doesn't need
> to prove that it's really truly serious. Either revoke the resources
> for cause or don't.
Thanks for the feedback Bill!
FYI: The intent of adding the reverse DNS hook was twofold. First, as
you very correctly observe, it should help grab attention when needed
as an intermediate step before revoking resources, kind of a last
chance mechanism. The other intent is to grab attention when
revocation is too extreme, such as a failure to register downstream
delegations in WHOIS. As a community, we have identified time and
again the need for an accurate WHOIS. This "penny ante" mechanism may
help ARIN to ensure that the WHOIS database is as accurate and
complete as possible.
> Bill Herrin
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