[arin-ppml] Policy proposal: Penalize IPv4 bad actors
SRyerse at eclipse-networks.com
Thu Sep 6 22:28:54 EDT 2012
I agree and Canadian cable operators should be fully supported by ARIN like anyone else committed to advancing the Internet. I think the old adage of you can't fight city hall applies even though they should continue to try. If this is meant seriously I would oppose.
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From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Benson Schliesser
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2012 8:51 PM
To: William Herrin
Cc: arin-ppml at arin.net
Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Policy proposal: Penalize IPv4 bad actors
Assuming it's meant seriously, I'm opposed to this proposal. ARIN isn't above the law, has no statutory power, is not a regulator. For many reasons, ARIN should not be in the business of second-guessing members'
business plans, legal advice, regulatory frameworks, etc.
But I also confess that I don't have much context for the "Rationale"
discussion. Can you (or anybody here) provide more details and references to what is motivating this?
On 9/6/12 4:02 PM, William Herrin wrote:
> Template: ARIN-POLICY-PROPOSAL-TEMPLATE-2.0
> Policy Proposal Name: Penalize IPv4 bad actors
> Proposal Originator
> name: William Herrin
> email: bill at herrin.us
> telephone: 703-534-2652
> organization: Self
> Proposal Version: 1
> Date: 9/6/2012
> Proposal type: new
> Policy term: temporary, 2 years
> Policy statement:
> Network infrastructure operators who as a condition of access under
> government regulations require third party ISPs to manage IP addresses
> in a manner inconsistent with ARIN policy are themselves ineligible to
> hold ARIN number resources.
> If no reasonable technology (deployed or otherwise) could both meet
> the government regulations and permit compliance with ARIN IP address
> policy, this policy shall not apply.
> It has come to light that certain Canadian cable operators have
> attempted to play Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications
> Commission Third Party Internet Access rules off ARIN policy in a
> manner which thwarts ARIN efforts maximize IPv4 address utilization,
> thwarts CRTC efforts to open access to the cable Internet
> infrastructure or does both. While various reasonable sounding
> technical and non-technical explanations for this classic monopoly
> behavior have been offered it is nevertheless reprehensible.
> While it is not and should not be ARIN's job to break monopolies, ARIN
> should not permit itself to be played off any government regulatory
> agency to the detriment of the communities each serves.
> It is the author's hope that this policy proposal becomes moot long
> before the board need consider adoption as a result of the offenders
> finding a technically and politically feasible way to do the right
> Timetable for implementation: 6 months following adoption
> END OF TEMPLATE
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