[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2017-12: Require New POC Validation Upon Reassignment

Roberts, Orin oroberts at bell.ca
Mon Nov 27 15:58:55 EST 2017


I see obstacles but increased fees would lead to greater efficiency in IPv4 assignments and usage or at the very least aid in the migration to IPv6.


A.      Charging a monthly fee (or higher monthly fee), means increased costs to end-users for whatever services said company provides.

B.      ISP’s with VERY LARGE inventory of IPs would lobby against such a proposal. A typical ISP would have several /16’s in reservation - capacity planning.

C.      What’s to stop companies from doing what they do now? – Reassign or Reallocate unused inventory (ie trade and monetize via brokers).

Orin Roberts

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Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2017-12: Require New POC Validation Upon Reassignment

I’d also like to see a $100 monthly fee per IPv4 /24 currently assigned.

I held onto a /16 at a previous company, just because it was cool but had no use for it.  I checked recently and it is still assigned to the same company and not being used 15 years later.

By adding a $25k monthly fee, they would quickly return the block.

Currently we have to pay brokers or sellers to acquire more IPv4 space. I would rather pay ARIN which could go to better funding the organization.

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Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2017-12: Require New POC Validation Upon Reassignment

Also support this

On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 6:20 PM, Andre Dalle <adalle at ncf.ca<mailto:adalle at ncf.ca>> wrote:

All my IPv4 space is reassigned, and I discovered last year that not all of it - from the same carrier - is properly associated with us.

Upstream created a POC for us (even though we were an existing customer with multiple reassignments), and it's been sluggish getting them to
sort it out.  We have rDNS, so most abuse reporting still finds us, but some abuse mechanisms out there rely on POC info.

So I think this is necessary.  +100 from here as well.

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André Dalle
Systems Administrator
National Capital FreeNet [http://www.ncf.ca]

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On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 06:13:46PM -0500, David Huberman wrote:
> Thank you Scott.  As the co-author, I very much recognize this
> proposal text is a ???first draft???.  Working with my co-author
> Jason Schiller, and having solicited feedback from the AC, this
> proposal was submitted to solve the general problem.  My hope was
> the mechanics would be looked at critically by the community during
> the PDP, and we would work together to improve them.

With my personal hat on I'm very happy to see this getting
to discussion. +100 for intent and I look forward to useful
language suggestions here.

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