[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2014-18: SimplifyingMinimumAllocations and Assignments

Bruce Cornett bcornett at servlet.com
Thu Sep 4 12:20:50 EDT 2014


Seth pointed out that my clients' issue is solved with 

And that is in fact true.  And indeed they can meet the criteria.

So I retract my comment.

Bruce C
On 09/04/2014 11:49 AM, Bruce Cornett wrote:
> For what it is worth, I think this is a good policy for the smaller guys.
> I have two clients that desperately want their own allocation. One 
> runs a WISP with a /24 and the other high security cloud stack with a 
> /22.
> Both need to double immediately.  And I hate parting with the address 
> space.  They cannot meet the /20 criteria and giving them addresses 
> from our space limits our business model - because granting that won't 
> push us to the point where we can request more. And dual homing them 
> doesn't do anything for my business.
> It seems to me that this policy resolves that issue and will allow 
> these clients to properly address their business model.  And allow us 
> to properly address our business plan without depleting our address 
> space prematurely.
> It's a good thing.
> Bruce C
> On 09/03/2014 09:36 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> I can stand up a bunch of organizations almost overni
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