[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Reduce all Minimum Allocation/Assignment units to /24

Sweeting, John john.sweeting at twcable.com
Tue Apr 29 18:30:04 EDT 2014


Hi Derek,

In a nutshell the shepherds assigned to this proposal have been asked to worked this to have it available and present it as a “Recommended Draft Policy” at the PPC at NANOG 60. If it continues to receive the overwhelming support that it has enjoyed today then it could go to “Last Call” following NANOG. There are a lot of moving pieces but it is definitely doable. You can contact me off list if you would like more specific information.

Thanks,
John

On 4/29/14, 6:17 PM, "Derek Calanchini" <derekc at cnets.net<mailto:derekc at cnets.net>> wrote:

So it appears this is highly supported so far, what needs to happen to move it forward?


 Best regards,

   Derek Calanchini
   Owner
   Creative Network Solutions
   Phone: 916-852-2890
   Fax: 916-852-2899

"Adopt the metric system!"

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On 4/29/2014 3:14 PM, Michael Peddemors wrote:
And I support.. if it wasn't clear..
I mentioned to the author that if this is tough to swallow, we should at least go down to a /22 everywhere..

(We have an application going in as well for space, and we would be returning 3 /24's back upstream on acceptance as well, it would be nicer if we didn't have to pay the expense of a second upstream provider.  So I also 'support' getting the board involved to expedite this)

On 14-04-29 02:57 PM, Randy Carpenter wrote:

I support.

I would want to make sure that someone who needs more than a /24, could still get what they need immediately rather than only getting a /24 (as long as what they need is available). I have worked with several entities that are single-homed, and are using a /22, but need a /21, or are using a /23 and need a /22. They are all unable to get additional space form their upstream. Allowing them to get what they need from ARIN would allow them to return the old space to their upstream. It would benefit all.


thanks,
-Randy


----- Original Message -----
Template: ARIN-POLICY-PROPOSAL-TEMPLATE-3.0

    1.    Policy Proposal Name: Reduce all Minimum Allocation/Assignment units to
    /24
    2.    Proposal Originator
        a.    name: Owen DeLong
        b.    email: owen at delong.com<mailto:owen at delong.com> c.    telephone: 408-890-7992
        d.    organization: Hurricane Electric
    3.    Date: 29 April, 2014
    4.    Problem Statement:
As we approach runout, more and more end users and smaller ISPs will be
unable to obtain space from their upstreams and will be seeking space from
ARIN. In order to meet these needs to the extent possible and to make policy
more fair to a broader range of the ARIN constituency, we should reduce the
minimum assignment and allocation units to /24 across the board.
5.    Policy statement:
Change the minimum allocation and assignment unit for all IPv4 single and
multi homed instances to /20. This would include:

4.2.1.5 Change all occurrences of /20 and /22 to /24
4.2.2.1.1 Change all occurrences of /20 to /24, and change 16 /24s to 1 /24.
Remove the example about 12 /24s.
4.3.2.1 Change both occurrences of /20 to /24
4.9 Change /22 to /24
4.9.1 Change all instances of /22 to /24. Remove the reference to 4 /24s.

6.    Comments:
        a.    Timetable for implementation: Immediate, possibly through board action.
        b.    Anything else

END OF TEMPLATE


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