[arin-ppml] Policy idea: POC Validation

Martin Hannigan hannigan at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 17:31:18 EDT 2015


Did ARIN/you consider a consultation instead and simply adding a NACK
button to the confirmation and reassigning the block back to the ISP in
question or re designate to the  online account owner? Maybe some of that
needs policy. Maybe not.

You mentioned at the mic that the POC assignments are random and most of
the time the provisioning people aren't even aware. True for almost every
POC I have. One of the problems that this creates is addressing law
enforcement and abuse requests.

.02

Best,

-M<








On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 11:11 AM, David Huberman <
David.Huberman at microsoft.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Richard Jimmerson's Policy Experience Report indicated that 50% of the
> phone calls that RSD receives are about POC validation, and that they
> receive many angry emails and calls from POCs who are only associated with
> indirect resource registration records. In response, I offer the following
> change to the NRPM :
>
>
> Existing text:
>
> 3.6 Annual Whois POC Validation
> 3.6.1 Method of Annual Verification
> During ARIN's annual Whois POC validation, an email will be sent to every
> POC in the Whois database. Each POC will have a maximum of 60 days to
> respond with an affirmative that their Whois contact information is correct
> and complete. Unresponsive POC email addresses shall be marked as such in
> the database. If ARIN staff deems a POC to be completely and permanently
> abandoned or otherwise illegitimate, the POC record shall be marked
> invalid. ARIN will maintain, and make readily available to the community, a
> current list of number resources with no valid POC; this data will be
> subject to the current bulk Whois policy.
>
>
> I propose we make the first sentence read:
>
> "During ARIN's annual Whois POC validation, an email will be sent to every
> POC in the Whois database that is associated with an active directly
> registered number resource."
>
> Thoughts?
> David
>
> David R Huberman
> Principal, Global IP Addressing
> Microsoft Corporation
>
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