[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2014-20: Transfer Policy Slow Start and Simplified Needs Verification
David.Huberman at microsoft.com
Mon Sep 15 19:53:58 EDT 2014
Thank you for the detailed reply, Jason, and for expanding on my simplistic scenarios.
Maybe I'm tired, but I don't understand a fundamental point. Under 2014-20, to transfer a /16 into their account (where a /16 is their believed 24-month need), they need to do three transfers over 180 days? Today they can do that in one transfer simply by showing their math to ARIN staff, demonstrating why they think a /16 is their need. If what I wrote is accurate, why is 2014-20 good in this context?
Quoting text for context:
> Choosing a 90 day look back window, they can show they used 29 /24s and qualify for 4*29= 116 /24s
> They can immediately transfer in a /18, /19, /20 and a /22.
> They could choose to transfer in a /18 and a /19.
> They could renumber their ISP space into the /19, and use the /18 and the remainder of the three /24s out of the /19 for growth over the next 90 days
> on 12/13/2014 they could again re-demonstrate they are over 80%.
> They then qualify under 22.214.171.124.1 to double again
> They also qualify under 126.96.36.199.2.
> Choosing a 90 day look back window, they can show they used a /18 and three /24s and qualify for four times that amount, a /16, /20, and a /21
> They could choose to transfer in a /16.
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