[arin-ppml] Minimum Allocation
owen at delong.com
Thu Jul 17 06:23:26 EDT 2014
Details here: https://www.arin.net/policy/proposals/2014_13.html
2014-13 is a Recommended Draft Policy which was brought for Adoption Discussion at the PPC at NANOG Seattle.
The AC put it to Last Call in their June meeting and that last call ended two days ago on July 15th.
The AC will meet today and will discuss the results of last call. Possible outcomes include:
1. Recommend Adoption to the Board, in which case, the proposal leaves the AC and goes to the Board of Trustees
for final ratification and then staff for implementation.
2. Continue working on the policy (revert it to draft policy).
3. Abandon the policy.
It would be inappropriate (and just as likely inaccurate) for me to speculate on what the full AC will do, but I will be supporting a motion to send this to the board for ratification.
I believe the results of the AC meeting will be published early next week.
On Jul 14, 2014, at 19:08 , Jimmy Hess <mysidia at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Derek Calanchini <derekc at cnets.net> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> If you need a /22 from ARIN today and it's your first allocation, then your best bet is going to be to be multihomed and therefore have the /22 minimum apply naturally.
> The proposition to change the minimum is 2014-13, was still only a draft policy; subject to discussion under last call until Jul 15. If it becomes acceptabed, then, eventually ARIN should implement the new policy, but that is in the future, and certainly nothing you can reliably count on today and now.
> Has there been any movement on changing the minimum allocation? I still need a /22 and am just wondering how I will know when that policy has changed so I can resubmit my request....
> Best regards,
> Derek Calanchini
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