[arin-ppml] Utilization policy is not aggregate
matthew at matthew.at
Tue Nov 13 23:07:27 EST 2012
Agree, this reply is insane. Draft a better policy.
(Sent from my iPhone)
On Nov 13, 2012, at 7:36 PM, Jeffrey Lyon <jeffrey.lyon at blacklotus.net> wrote:
> I put in a IPv4 request today and received this reply:
> -- snip --
> Message:Hello Jeffrey,
> Thank you for the reply. We don't aggregate your holdings to come up
> with a utilization percent. Each individual block must be efficiently
> utilized. That's how policy is written, and that's how ARIN's operated
> since our inception. 2% of a /21 isn't a lot, you're right, but policy
> is policy, and it says 80%, so it's best if we don't make exceptions
> and hold everyone to the same rule, dont you agree?
> -- snip --
> We hold 2 x /21 and it seems that 78% + 92% = 85% aggregate
> utilization is not sufficient under current policy. I do not believe
> it is equitable that we're ineligible to request resources because our
> space is deaggregated where a network operator with contiguous /20
> would be eligible.
> Would anyone else be in favor of amending this?
> Jeffrey A. Lyon, CISSP
> President, Black Lotus Communications
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