[LACNIC/Politicas] Sobre propuesta de transferencia de recursos IPv4 (LAC-2009-04)

filiz at ripe.net filiz at ripe.net
Tue May 11 08:50:01 BRT 2010

Dear Moreiras,

RIPE Transfer Policy did not include such a service request from the RIPE
NCC within its scope while it was under discussion. It was accepted in
December 2008 and since then there had been no discussions in RIPE
community about this either.

Kind regards,

Filiz Yilmaz
Policy Development Manager

> Hi Scott, thanks for clarifying... I was looking for it in the current
policy, and policy proposals...  Is it correct to say that it was a
proposal from ARIN staff, and that it is not directly linked with the
policy itself? There is only one comment in the public consultation
(http://lists.arin.net/pipermail/arin-consult/2010-April/000160.html) and
it proposes a very restricted version of the list, something based on
consults, like a simplified whois... Do you know if there was some
discussion regarding this service in any other place?
> Do you, or anyone, know of other services similar to this offered by the
others RIRs?
> []s
> Moreiras
>> To clarify, ARIN draft policy 2010-1 is the Waiting List for Unmet IPv4
Requests proposal.  It mostly deals with what is expected to be a large
unmeetable demand for free IPv4 address space once the ARIN free pool
starts running out.  It does not deal directly with the transfer
>> In addition, ARIN has a transfer policy similar to the one being
proposed here.  Part of the implementation of the transfer policy is to
create a transfer listing service
>> (http://www.arin.net/resources/transfer_listing.html) where
>> participants who agree to supply their contact information can be
contacted by other qualified parties who may be seeking or currently
holding corresponding numbering resources.
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