[arin-ppml] ARIN-prop-204 Removing Needs Test from Small IPv4 Transfers (Sandra Brown)

Andrew Dul andrew.dul at quark.net
Wed Apr 30 20:04:06 EDT 2014


On 4/30/2014 4:50 PM, Scott Leibrand wrote:
>> On Apr 30, 2014, at 4:45 PM, Andrew Dul <andrew.dul at quark.net> wrote:
>>
>>> On 4/30/2014 1:55 PM, sandrabrown at ipv4marketgroup.com wrote:
>>> BUT:  With the limitation of the transfer size to a /16 or smaller, it
>>> would take a lot of transfers to hoard.  It would take 256 transfers to
>>> stockpile a /8.  This is the 2nd means to prevent hoarding.  Most
>>> companies wanting that many IP's would simply do needs justification.
>> It seems trivial to me to divide a /8 into /16s or any other smaller
>> block so I could transfer it without doing the needs justification.  I
>> could write a script for the transfer templates and just send them off. 
>> Once the legwork for the first transfer is complete, the rest should
>> just flow right through.  Nothing I see in the current text or policy
>> prevents someone from taking a larger block and slicing it up to get
>> under the /16 limit.  Since most of the brokers are out speculating that
>> these blocks have significant value it seems clear that if the large
>> players need them they will just be paying a staff person a few extra
>> hours to manage this overhead.
> Current transfer policy operates on the *recipient* of the transfer. It requires that they meet their need with a single block, and prevents repeated transfers to circumvent that. 
>
>
Conditions on recipient of the transfer:

  * The recipient must demonstrate the need for up to a 24-month supply
    of IP address resources under current ARIN policies and sign an RSA.
  * The resources transferred will be subject to current ARIN policies.



Scott, I don't see any restrictions on the recipient that would prevent
them from receiving multiple blocks...where do you see that?
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