[arin-ppml] Policy Experience Report Working Group Leasing Question
fhfrediani at gmail.com
Sun May 7 19:26:40 EDT 2023
How on earth people are still considering such an absurd ? From time to
time it seems that some people take turns in trying make IP leasing
looks a normal thing, an acceptable using the same excuse that "the
market already accepted" and throwing in the bin that IP addresses are
for those who have a need justify for it. Rules have always been and are
still based on that and companies always have received IP space based on
their justified needs, not in the basis that they can pay more.
ARIN is no an IP factory that sells it as other companies manufacturer
and sell servers or routers and as such should never even consider
anything related to allocate IP space to those who can pay more instead
of those who subjected themselves to the rules, to the same line and
justify the need.
As times passes into IP exhaustion seems people keep trying to play
smart to get an extra tiny portion of IP addresses as if that would make
any difference to their business. Any left over IP space should be given
only to newcomers in order to give them a chance to exist in the
Internet and those who have already some get over with the reality of
IPv4 exhaustion and find other ways to keep going with their business.
On 05/05/2023 14:21, John Santos wrote:
> Totally against. This violates the principle of "justified need". It
> is rent-seeking.
> On 5/5/2023 11:54 AM, WOOD Alison * DAS wrote:
>> Good morning PPML!
>> I would like community feedback on the leasing of ip space that is
>> obtained from the waitlist. Please let me know what you think and if
>> a policy proposal would be warranted.
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