[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2021-6: Remove Circuit Requirement

Fernando Frediani fhfrediani at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 03:01:17 EDT 2021


On 22/09/2021 03:49, Noah wrote:
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>     So they choose to lease, and address holders are happy to monetize
>     their holdings while they appreciate in value.
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> By address holders you mean LIR. So what you are saying is that some 
> LIR out there who requested for IPv4 based on need from ARIN, are 
> holding the addresses which they no longer need artificially? So that 
> they can lease to small WISP?
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> So that the purpose for which those LIR obtained the addresses in the 
> first place?
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> Suppose the addresses those LIR are holding with no intension to use 
> them, were still under ARIN management, dont you think the new small 
> WISP would have better off being served by ARIN as new needs arise.?
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> If LIR dont pay ARIN lots of money, why not return the idle addresses 
> to ARIN so that those with genuine need can be served.

That's the whole point I have been saying about the absurd IP leasing is.

It is quiet logical these organizations to be better off served by ARIN 
than a third party who probably doesn't even have justification to hold 
those addresses anymore. So either transfer them to someone who justify 
them or return them to ARIN so it can fullfil  its mission by assigning 
directly to this organization.

Fernando

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