[arin-ppml] Residential Customers
heather.skanks at gmail.com
Fri Jul 20 12:23:28 EDT 2012
If you are referring to SWIP requirements for residential subscribers
(and that ISP's may keep them private) -- don't most mobile
subscribers get dynamically assigned IP's or exist behind a NAT? In
those cases you wouldn't SWIP to an individual anyway.
On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Cameron Byrne <cb.list6 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear PPML,
> Are mobile network subscribers considered residential customers?
> 2.13. Residential Customer
> End-users who are individual persons and not organizations and who
> receive service at a place of residence for personal use only are
> considered residential customers.
> I would say yes. There is no meaningful distinction from a IP
> resource utilization perspective, a cable CMTS is nearly equivalent
> to a mobile GGSN / PDSN, no?
> Mobile subscribers are certainly not "ISPs", they do no
> sub-delegate... or even "Enterprise Networks" ... mobile subscribers
> are 1 IP per subscription.
> How should ARIN staff be interpreting this term "Residential Customer"
> with regards to mobile network? Are they or are they not "residential
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