[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2017-5: Equalization of Assignment Registration requirements between IPv4 and IPv6

Jason Schiller jschiller at google.com
Mon Jul 17 14:33:52 EDT 2017


David,

Can you define voluntary?

Is the voluntary choice to record a reassignment
up to the USP?

Or does the choice belong to the end-user?


I suspect if reassignment is voluntary for ISPs, then they
will just stop doing it.  In some cases it is beneficial to the
end-user, supporting multi-homing, having their own abuse
contact info, etc...

__Jason


On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 1:08 PM, David Huberman <daveid at panix.com> wrote:

> In addition to these options/questions, I feel like we glossed over the
> question posed by Marty Hannigan: what is the value of REQUIRING SWIP
> anymore?  As a community member (not as an AC member) I have trouble
> supporting any of these as I'm not sure I support SWIP being anything other
> than voluntary.  Whois reassignments are not the proper place for the
> information LE wants, in my opinion, and has almost no value to NOCs.  And
> ARIN doesn't need it anymore for qualification purposes for a scarce
> resource.  So what's he point of all this?  Genuine question; no tone
> implied.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Jul 17, 2017, at 12:13 PM, Jason Schiller <jschiller at google.com> wrote:
>
> I am replying to bring the conversation to one of the suggestions
> on the table.
>
> Owen DeLong's suggesting of SWIP all IPv6 business users, and
> not Residential users,
>
> Or Kevin Blumberg (and David Farmer) suggestion of SWIP'ing all
> prefixes that might show up as a more specific in the global routing
> table.
>
>
> These are roughly the same result, and have a question of which
> has a more easily understandable policy.
>
> The question is who here supports one or both of these
> proposals?
>
> Who oppose one (if so which one) or both of these proposals?
>
>
> I would like to suggest one friendly amendment...
> - ISPs are required to SWIP IP space that is a reallocation.
> - ISPs are required to SWIP IP space that is a reassignment
>    whenever that down stream customer requests such.  That
>    SWIP must be a reassign detail, reassign simple, or a
>    residential privacy (if applicable) per the customer request.
>
> ___Jason
>
>
>
> On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 10:42 AM, John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:
>
>> On 17 Jul 2017, at 9:47 AM, hostmaster at uneedus.com wrote:
>> > ,,,
>> > This is the problem.  ARIN is not a carrier.  While disclosure to ARIN
>> to obtain number resources for the connection is OK, Public disclosure by
>> or at the direction of ARIN policy of elements like domain name, name,
>> address and telephone number is not.  Since name, address, telephone number
>> and domain name have already been identified have been defined in the order
>> as elements of CPNI that are protected, world disclosure by ARIN or because
>> of ARIN rules would not be a protected disclosure.
>> >
>> > The ISP might also be in trouble for providing the information to ARIN,
>> if they know that ARIN intends to publish this information in a public
>> directory, rather than disclosing it to ARIN solely to maintain number
>> resources.  As suggested by the OP, might have to call them customer 1-n.
>> However that would violate the NRPM as written.  Since the City, State and
>> Zip Code are part of the address, even the "protected" residential records
>> CPNI are being disclosed in violation of the CPNI Order.
>> >
>> > There is a big difference between disclosure to ARIN for taking care of
>> numbering policy, and disclosure to the entire world.  Third party
>> disclosure is the main thing that the CPNI rules are intended to address.
>> That is only permitted when it is needed for the provision of service.
>>
>> Compliance with registry policy is indeed necessary to receive number
>> resources;
>> it is up to you to determine whether IP number resources are necessary
>> for provision
>> of your Internet services.
>>
>> If you choose not to make use of Internet Numbers Registry System
>> resources for
>> provision of Internet services (or not assign them to your customers),
>> then that is
>> your choice.   Some ISPs may feel that it is necessary to seek consent of
>> customers
>> who wish to have public IP number resources assigned in the size that
>> would result in
>> their publication in the public registry, whereas others may not based on
>> their reading
>> of applicable regulations regarding handling of CPNI information.  Such
>> choices are
>> an operational and business matter left to each ISP to decide based on
>> their individual
>> understanding and circumstances.
>>
>> Thanks!
>> /John
>>
>> John Curran
>> President and CEO
>> ARIN
>>
>>
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