[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2014-20: Transfer Policy Slow Start and Simplified Needs Verification

Jason Schiller jschiller at google.com
Tue Sep 16 22:45:22 EDT 2014


I am not sure I grasp the question.  If the organization is requesting a
direct allocation/assignment from  ARIN then they must qualify under 4.x.
If the organization is requesting approval for transfer space, then they
must qualify under 8.x.

I don't immediately see a case where you might qualify under 4.x but not
8.x other than immediate need (I'll come to that shortly), but I'm guessing
you do, and we will need to deal with that.  Maybe something got lost in
leveling the playing field between ISP and End-user and if so I'm ok with
that (although maybe it should have tipped the other way).

I consciously made "immediate need" different.  I think actually deployment
of in 30 days for ISPs or 25% in 30 days and 50% with in 1 year is a bit
burdensome, and I have heard that many Orgs ignore this.  I also think it
is problematic to size the block based purely on a future looking
projection with little recourse to correct things at the 30 day or 1 year
mark.  I wanted to put some teeth into it so I wanted proof of actual
things to number (maybe 50% is not the right figure).

So what is the specific scenario you see?


On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 10:07 PM, Kevin Blumberg <kevinb at thewire.ca> wrote:

>  Jason,
> In a situation that a request would be approved under a 4.x section, but
> not in 8.x, which would take precedence?
> Thanks,
> Kevin Blumberg
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