[arin-ppml] ARIN-2020-6: Allowance for IPv4 Allocation “Swap” Transactions via 8.3 Specified Transfers and 8.4 Inter-RIR Transfers

Fernando Frediani fhfrediani at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 15:59:59 EST 2020


Changing the answer below to /22 instead of /20

1b.    If so, what should that upper limit be?

Fernando

On 16/12/2020 02:23, Fernando Frediani wrote:
> Answers below:
>
> On 15/12/2020 16:38, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> Dear ARIN community,
>>
>> We (the AC, and specifically the proposal shepherds) need to solicit 
>> some additional feedback in order to better know the community’s 
>> desire with regards to this policy. Specifically, we’d like to ask 
>> the following questions:
>>
>> 1a.    Do you feel that we should place an upper limit on the size of 
>> the smaller block
>>     received in the process?
> Sure.
>>
>> 1b.    If so, what should that upper limit be?
> /20
>>
>> 2.    Do you support limits on the time period allowed for renumbering?
> Sure
>>
>>     2a. If so, how long?
> 6 months maximum
>>
>>     2b. If so, what consequences should there be for exceeding the 
>> time limit?
> Stimulation of transfers for other proposes other than avoiding 
> deaggregation.
>>
>> 3.    Should any additional restrictions or prohibitions be placed on 
>> use of waitlist
>>     space in these transactions?
> The current ones are Ok
>>
>>     3a. Restrictions on waitlist providing the smaller block?
> The current ones are Ok
>>
>>     3b. Restrictions on waitlist space being transferred out?
> The current ones are Ok
>>
>> 4.    Do you support the policy as currently written?
> No
>>
>> 5.    If not, would you support it with the changes suggested in your 
>> answers above?
>
> Probably.
>
> Fernando
>
>>
>> Thanks for your attention to this matter,
>>
>> Owen DeLong
>> ARIN AC
>>
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