[arin-ppml] 2013-5 LIR/ISP and End-user Definitions
tdurack at gmail.com
Thu Aug 15 11:18:45 EDT 2013
Sounds reasonable to me.
My experience with ARIN is that they are in the position of having to guide
the classification of end-user or ISP/LIR, rather than having the
requesting organization make that choice.
Organizations should have the option of selecting end-user or ISP/LIR
according to their own needs. The organization then bears the burden of
complying with the respective rules.
On Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 10:51 AM, Kevin Blumberg <kevinb at thewire.ca> wrote:
> The Sheppard's and the author have been working on revising the policy
> text for 2013-5 based on feedback at the last PPC in New Orleans.
> The primary issue with the existing policy text is that it would change
> the definition for existing end users and ISP's in unintended ways.
> A revised text is being suggested and we are looking for feedback from the
> community. The goal of the new text is to help staff in selecting
> which category a request should fall under. In the case of new
> technologies it would require the requestor to provide information when they
> are requesting via an End User template.
> Proposed text:
> Retain existing NRPM text.
> Add to Section 2:
> Any organization which does not clearly fit into one of the above
> categories shall be treated as an LIR/ISP for policy purposes.
> Kevin Blumberg
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