[LACNIC/Politicas] propuesta de politica Global

CHRISTIAN O'FLAHERTY christian.oflaherty at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 17:44:41 BRT 2007

Hola, les reenvio una propuesta que me llega de Ripe y que tiene como
objetivo definir una politica global (que aplica a todos los RIRs). El
objetivo de la politica es definir el procedimiento de asignación de
bloques de AS de IANA a los RIRs.

La presentación de esta política en el Foro Público la hará un
representante de RIPE NCC.



 Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Policy for Allocation of
ASN Blocks to Regional Internet Registries






Document ID: ripe-xxx

Date: XXX


This document describes the policy governing the allocation of
Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) from the IANA to the Regional
Internet Registries (RIRs).

This policy document does not stipulate performance requirements in
the provision of services by the IANA to an RIR. Such requirements
will be specified by appropriate agreements between ICANN and the
Number Resource Organization (NRO).

1. Allocation Principles

IANA allocates ASNs to RIRs in blocks of 1024 ASNs. In this document
the term "ASN block" refers to a set of 1024 ASNs. Until 31 December
2009, allocations of 2-byte only and 4-byte only ASN blocks will be
made separately and independent of each otheri. This means until 31
December 2009, RIRs can receive two separate ASN blocks, one for
2-byte only ASNs and one for 4-byte only ASNs from the IANA under this
policy. After this date, IANA and the RIRs will cease to make any
distinction between 2-byte only and 4-byte only ASNs, and will operate
ASN allocations from an undifferentiated 4-byte ASN allocation pool.

2. Initial Allocations

Each new RIR will be allocated a new ASN block.

3. Additional Allocations

An RIR is eligible to receive (an) additional ASN block(s) from the
IANA if one of the following conditions is met:


      The RIR has assigned 80% of the previously received ASN block, or


      The number of free ASNs currently held by the RIR is less than 2
months need. This projection is based on the monthly average number of
ASNs assigned by the RIR over the previous 6 months.

An RIR will be allocated as many ASN blocks as are needed to support
their registration needs for the next twelve months, based on their
average assignment rate over the previous six months, unless the RIR
specifically requests fewer blocks than it qualifies for.

4. Announcement of IANA Allocations

The IANA, the NRO and the RIRs will make announcements and update
their respective websites/databases when an allocation is made by the
IANA to an RIR. ICANN and the NRO will establish administrative
procedures to manage this process.

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