[arin-ppml] On IPv4 free pool runout and transfer policy requirements for the ARIN region

Lu Heng h.lu at anytimechinese.com
Fri Jun 5 09:53:11 EDT 2015


Remove need based potentially unify a global transfer policy since APNIC
and RIPE has already done so.

On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 2:50 PM, Michael Richardson <mcr at sandelman.ca> wrote:

> My opinion is that once the pool is empty, that ARIN should get out of any
> IPv4 needs analysis and just leave it to the market.
> How much time/energy does ARIN staff spend on this?
> While we get told all the time that only the board can set prices,  we do
> set
> categories of things that can be "sold" by creating policies.  I am
> concerned
> about ARIN's long-term viability, given that many entities should get a
> generous IPv6 allocation and not return for more for years to decades.
> I'd love to read a white paper with a title like:
>     "ARIN Revenue Model in a primarily v6 Internet"
> I would be happy to see ARIN raise the recurring price for IPv4
> registration
> and continue to look for ways to lower the cost of IPv6 allocations
> (particularly end-user allocations).
> --
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> networks [
> ]   Michael Richardson, Sandelman Software Works        | network
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