[arin-ppml] Oppose to 2014-02 anti-flip language and 2014-09

Martin Hannigan hannigan at gmail.com
Thu Apr 10 21:36:08 EDT 2014


Hmm. That prefix appears to be part of a pre ARIN "acquisition conspiracy"

Any details?

Best,

-M<


On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, Jay Martin <jaymartin926 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi John and community,
>
>
> one of the reasons why the community should oppose the 2014-02 and 2014-09
> as follows, The unfair system only benefits some big firms.
>
>
> Recently, there is one inter-rir transfer  and i would like to discuss the
> story behind the scene.
>
> *ipv4|167.220.224.0/19|American <http://167.220.224.0/19%7CAmerican>
> Registry for Internet Numbers/MOPL|AP|ARIN|20140109|Microsoft Singapore
> Pte. Ltd.|SG|APNIC|20140408*
>
>
> 1. it's original parent block is 167.220.0.0/16 ( now has been split into
> smaller blocks) and has been announced by as3598 and as8071 but this one
> has  been used in Singapore ( out of region use.) and its ARIN whois regi
> info shows country code:SG.    I guess no wondering David is so caring
> about the Out of Region policy too.  Even without this policy, Big firm can
> always do what they want to do.
>
>
> 2.  Let's talk about 2014-02 anti flip language,    this inter-rir
> transferred /19 belongs to MICROSOFT-GP-NET.    I guess this account of
> miscrosoft has not received any ARIN IPv4 in the previous 12months.
> otherwise, ARIN will not approve this transfer.  Hello community, please
> help to recheck to see if MICROSOFT-GP-NET has been allocated ARIN IPv4
> within the past 12months.
>
>
> Besides this account,  Miscrosft has MSFT  which has just received
> 23.96.0.0/13 from ARIN free pool    and has  MICROSOFT  this maybe the
> one who buy large amount of IPs from the bankruptcy organisation.     (
> they also have other ARIN accounts and the above two works as the examples
> here)
>
>
> No wondering David so cares about 2014-02 and 2014-09 to get rid of
> policy restriction to have their IPs either in account MSFT and account
> MICROSOFT to be transferred into Microsoft Singapore Pte. Ltd. ( i guess
> its apnic account is miscrosoft-ap or something similar)
>
>
> The ARIN 33 is just at the corner,  we should seriously discuss  this
> 2014-2 and 2014-09  and I think the policy should not be established to
> favour someone specific, policy should favour the whole community and
> balance the benefits of all shareholders in ARIN region.
>
>
> Jay
>
>
>
>
>
> Sample IPs belongs to MICROSOFT as follows,
>
>
>   137.116.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   137.117.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   137.135.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   138.91.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   141.251.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>     131.253.1.0/24
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>  131.253.128.0/17
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   132.245.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   134.170.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
>
>
>   134.177.0.0/16
>
>
>  Microsoft Corp
>
> legacy
>
>
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