[LACNIC/Politicas] ARIN Trading Policty
christian.oflaherty at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 16:03:18 BRT 2008
Gracias Carlos por la referencia. Adjunto los highlighs de la propuesta:
* To discourage speculation, a waiting period (proposed at 24 months)
is required before a transferee (or ordinary resource recipient) can
become a transferor, or vice versa.
* Transferees must qualify for IPv4 space (just as they do today when
getting it from ARIN) before they can receive address space by
transfer, or solicit space on a listing service.
* To discourage unnecessarily rapid growth of routing tables, an
allocation or assignment may not be arbitrarily deaggregated. To
allow a transferor to downsize within their existing space, they may
split off a contiguous address range, once every 12 months, and
transfer the resulting netblock(s), which are subject to ARIN's
minimum allocation size, to one or more transferee(s).
* A transferee may receive one transfer every 6 months, so they'll be
incented to transfer a block appropriately sized for their needs,
which will further discourage deaggregation and keep smaller blocks
available for smaller organizations
On Feb 18, 2008 4:39 PM, Carlos M. Martinez
<carlos.martinez at csirt-antel.com.uy> wrote:
> ¿alguien puede comentar sobre la politica aparentemente conocida como
> "trading" de espacio IPv4 que ARIN estaria evaluando?
> Encontre esta referencia:
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> Politicas at lacnic.net
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