[arin-ppml] 2017-3

Austin Murkland austin.murkland at qscend.com
Wed Nov 15 17:24:09 EST 2017


i support this policy as written, and also agree with Jason that it doesn't
address the issues he describes.  I would also be in favor of a parallel
policy proposal built upon this one which seeks to remedy this.

-Austin

On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 11:05 AM, Potter, Amy <apotter at hilcoglobal.com>
wrote:

> Updated text of 2017-3 is provided below. The problem statement has been
> simplified, and language has been cleaned up a bit.  Feedback would be
> appreciated.
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> UPDATE TO NPRM 3.6: Annual Whois POC Validation
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> *Problem Statement:*
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> Many of the Point of Contacts listed in ARIN’s public Whois database
> contain out-of-date and inaccurate contact information.
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> *Policy Statement:*
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> *Current Text*:
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> 3.6 Annual Whois POC Validation
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> 3.6.1 Method of Annual Verification
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> 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.
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> *Proposed Revised Text*:
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> 3.6 Annual Validation of ARIN's Public Whois Point of Contact Data
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> 3.6.1 Annual POC Verification
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> ARIN will perform an annual verification of specific Points of Contact
> registered in the public Whois using the criteria and procedures outlined
> in sections 3.6.2, 3.6.3, and 3.6.4.
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> 3.6.2 Specified Public Whois Points of Contact for Verification
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> Each of the following Points of Contact are to be verified annually, and
> will be referred to as Point of Contact or POC throughout this policy, and
> should be understood to be both organization and resource POCs:
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>    - Admin
>    - Tech
>    - NOC
>    - Abuse
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> 3.6.3 Organizations Covered by this Policy
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> This policy applies to every Organization that has a direct assignment,
> direct allocation, or AS number from ARIN (or one of its predecessor
> registries) or a reallocation from an upstream ISP. This includes but is
> not limited to upstream ISPs and their downstream ISP customers (as defined
> by NRPM 2.5 and 2.6), but not reassignments made to their downstream end
> user customers.
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> 3.6.4 Procedure for Verification
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> An annual email notification will be sent to each of the Points of Contact
> outlined in section 3.6.2 on an annual basis. Each Point of Contact will
> have up to sixty (60) days from the date of the notification in which to
> respond with an affirmative that their Whois contact information is correct
> and complete or to submit new data to correct and complete it.  If after
> careful analysis, ARIN staff deems a POC to be completely and permanently
> abandoned or otherwise illegitimate, the POC record shall be marked invalid
> in Whois.
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>  3.6.5 Non-Responsive Point of Contact Records
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> Once a non-responsive POC has been marked invalid in the public Whois, any
> organization lacking a validated Admin or Tech POC will be unable to access
> the full suite of functionality within ARIN Online until the invalid POC(s)
> have either validated that their information is accurate or
> modified their POC to contain up-to-date information.
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