[arin-ppml] Clean up definition of LIR/ISP vs. end-user

Stephen Sprunk stephen at sprunk.org
Tue Apr 30 15:40:26 EDT 2013


On 30-Apr-13 13:06, Scott Leibrand wrote:
> The term LIR is not used in IPv4 policy (NRPM section 4), only in IPv6
> policy (section 6).

IIRC, that is because Section 4 evolved in-house by ARIN over the years,
whereas Section 6 was (initially) copied en toto from a policy developed
by the RIRs working together.

IMHO, we should use the term LIR to be consistent with other RIRs.  To
make the transition easier, it may be helpful for Section 2 to note that
"LIR" is a superset of the older term "ISP", but "ISP" shouldn't appear
anywhere else in the NRPM.

S

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