[arin-ppml] Inter-regional ASN transfers?
mike at iptrading.com
Thu Dec 21 11:12:25 EST 2017
Sorry I didn’t address the regional imbalance issue.
It does seem to me that the demand for ASN transfers is larger in other regions than in ARIN, and there is no reason to believe that ARIN couldn’t be the source for ASN transfers since the same reasons cause ARIN to be a primary source for IPv4 transfers.
That is a longer history of allocations and more short numbers in ARIN.
From: Chris Woodfield [mailto:chris at semihuman.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2017 11:01 AM
To: Mike Burns <mike at iptrading.com>
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Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Inter-regional ASN transfers?
I personally don’t have much visibility into the resale market for short ASNs, so I’m curious - is there currently a relative supply/demand imbalance that could be alleviated by opening up the ARIN supply to other regions? Or is this meant to address future anticipated imbalances?
On Dec 18, 2017, at 11:20 AM, Mike Burns <mike at iptrading.com <mailto:mike at iptrading.com> > wrote:
I am debating a proposal to allow inter-regional ASN transfers.
Short ASNs have value.
We have brokered inter-regional ASN transfers between RIPE and APNIC.
We have been asked about an ASN transfer from ARIN to APNIC but ARIN policy forbids this.
The last time this was considered, the proposal was abandoned due to a cost/benefit analysis, and I am wondering the same objections pertain.
Here are the reasons for the last abandonment:
> Regarding 2014-15:
> "The following substantive issues were noted by the AC in considering
> this draft policy.
> -There is outstanding technical work which must be done prior to
> implementation which would allow RPKI functionality for inter-RIR ASN
> -There would be a significant time delay on the full implementation of
> this policy
> -The implementation of 2014-15 requires agreement from all 5 RIRs on a
> method to implement inter-RIR ASN transfers
> -Cleanup of the 2-byte ASN registry at IANA is required before this
> policy could be fully implemented
> -There is significant work which must be done to implement this policy
> amongst all 5 RIRs with limited perceived overall benefit to the
> community, especially when weighed against other competing priorities
> While the AC believes that the limited corner case illuminated during
> discussion of this draft policy is valid, it was noted that a valid
> workaround, obtaining a new ASN in an appropriate RIR, is available for
> all members of the community."
Input from staff or community on the current status of these objections is appreciated.
Considering how it works between RIPE and APNIC, maybe the work mentioned has been completed?
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