[arin-ppml] Thoughts on Conservation [was: Re: Draft Policy ARIN-2013-4: RIR Principles - revised]

Jason Schiller jschiller at google.com
Fri Jul 12 12:37:20 EDT 2013


Certainly ARIN has prevented an organization from getting additional space
if their currently held space is under utilized (even if it is legacy
space).

ARIN certainly has used a slow start model, rather than giving potentially
overly large allocations / assignments when there is not a good foundation
of a year's worth of growth to justify the size block requested.

These two practices help to sustain IPv4.

The application need based justification to transfers is an attempt
to continue these sustainable practices.

It sounds like whatever concerns people have about the depletion
of the free pool, can also be applied to the depletion of sufficiently
large blocks of IPv4 available at a reasonable / affordable price on
the transfer market.

The only way I see out of this is if there is more that enough supply
for everyone to purchase all the addresses they need to sustain
their growth until there is wide spread IPv6 adoption.

One way to encourage this is to require real IPv6 deployment along
with IPv4 transfers.  Say require 10% of the customer base to be IPv6
capable prior to approving a transfer, and require a plan to get 40%
of the customer base IPv6 capable in one year, and 80% in two years.

Choose whatever numbers seem right for the community 1%, 30%, 70%?

___Jason



On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Mike Burns <mike at nationwideinc.com> wrote:

>
>  We already have a reclamation process; see NRPM 12 and the enabling
>>
> language in the RSA.  ARIN hasn't used it much/any to date except in
> cases of suspected fraud, which IMHO is a dereliction of its duty, but
> it _has_ been used.  Therefore, any proposal to "begin" using it would
> be moot.
>
> Hi Stephen,
>
> A boogeyman.
> ARIN will revoke if you don't pay your bill, though.
> I have asked on this list for any evidence of ARIN ever revoking addresses
> for utilization and was met by crickets.
> Hard to reconcile with a principle which demands conservation of all
> addresses.
>
>
> Regards,
> Mike
>
>
>
>
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