[arin-ppml] Advisory Council Recommendation Regarding NRPM 4.1.8. Unmet Requests

Fernando Frediani fhfrediani at gmail.com
Thu May 16 12:53:54 EDT 2019


Well, the question is simpler.

Among the rules applied to any RIR the issue IP allocation is that 
people must prove they *at any time* are using the resources issued to 
them or have need for that. If one received both IPv4 and IPv6 but is is 
not using IPv6 then he is not observing these rules. No one can say now 
a days that IPv6 is optional or 'just an operational matter' that has 
nothing to do with RIR and the process of issuing IP allocations.

Therefore is completely reasonable and make sense to get to show proper 
usage of those resources that where assigned to them in order they can 
continue to receive extra resources.

Fernando

On 16/05/2019 13:47, hostmaster at uneedus.com wrote:
> Serving existing allocations is one thing.
>
> However, if someone wants ARIN to provide them NEW IPv4 space by the 
> waitlist or transfer, I have no issue in tying that to at least having 
> an IPv6 allocation to go with the requested IPv4 space, along with at 
> least some effort to use that IPv6 space.
>
> Instead of dual stack, make Arin Online IPv6 only :).  Maybe that will 
> give some people a hint......
>
> I do eat the IPv6 Dog Food.  Check the Headers, even this list is 
> delivered both ways via IPv6 in my case.
>
> Albert Erdmann
> Network Administrator
> Paradise On Line Inc.
>
>
> On Thu, 16 May 2019, Michael Peddemors wrote:
>
>> On 2019-05-16 8:15 a.m., hostmaster at uneedus.com wrote:
>>> IPv6 is the Future.  We need our policies to help make it happen.
>>>
>>> Albert Erdmann
>>> Network Administrator
>>> Paradise On Line Inc.
>>
>> Or we can just wait until IPv8 comes out, I hear it is twice as fast 
>> as IPv4 ;)
>>
>> All kidding aside, I personally dont' think ARIN's role should 
>> involve anything that can be construed as 'forcing' IPv6 adoption.  
>> While it might run counter to popular opinion, the idea of policies 
>> that encourage the 'killing' of IPv4 usage goes against the grain.
>>
>> Policies can 'encourage' more people supporting IPv6, but making 
>> policies that make it mandatory have real world implications to 
>> holders of IPv4 space, that I think run contrary to ARIN's role to 
>> service those incumbants.
>>
>> IMHO
>>
>>
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