[arin-ppml] Revised - Draft Policy ARIN-2021-4: Clarifications to Sections 8.3, 8.4 and 8.5.6
chris at semihuman.com
Fri Jan 21 15:29:17 EST 2022
Speaking in support, in a personal capacity.
More generally speaking, this is one place where I’d argue for more permissive policy, mainly towards the goal of consistent set of policies for all resources. While I can’t see a technical need at this point for an IPv6 or 32-bit ASN transfer policy, I can see the potential for wanting to get out in front of a policy should it ever arise. I could also see the potential for non-technical needs for those types of transfers, such as vanity prefixes/ASNs (a debatable practice in its own right, but I’m sure there would be demand), or other potential drivers that none of us have considered to date.
> On Jan 21, 2022, at 9:58 AM, Fernando Frediani <fhfrediani at gmail.com> wrote:
> I tend to think that transfers originally exists due to IPv4 exhaustion and that is justified. IPv6 and 32-bit ASN don't have the same justification, only 16-bit ASN.
> I would also like to understand it better.
> On 21/01/2022 14:18, Scott Leibrand wrote:
>> Are Inter-regional transfers of ASNs allowed via policy today? If not, this is a substantive change on that topic, and the draft policy should be retitled accordingly.
>> I have no objections to allowing inter-regional ASN transfers, but would like to see an explicit argument if we are proposing to change whether it is allowed, even if that’s as simple as “some orgs want to do it”.
>>> On Jan 21, 2022, at 7:42 AM, ARIN <info at arin.net> <mailto:info at arin.net> wrote:
>>> Inter-regional transfers of IPv4 number resources and ASNs
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