[Community-Discuss] Notice of imminent reclamation of number
chresgoro at gmail.com
Sun Jul 11 17:51:13 UTC 2021
I'd like to share once again what I replied to someone with the same
sentiment as yours:
Other RIRs understand very well that the benefit of the IP address market:
to help utilize unused addresses to fulfill the necessity. They recognize
the dire effects of such dormancy especially when left unmitigated. In the
first place, IANA itself sees that there is a need for *global coordination*.
Thus, its authority to allocation which is then extended to RIRs, should
not be merely seen as a form of division, rather a bigger avenue for
Therefore, establishing a global community is understood to be a part of
the RIR history you are talking about in the first place. The RIRs are
there to avoid further centralization, which is a direction harmful to be
taken. Moving on, while I do recognize that organic growth is an important
concept, it is quite a hasty assumption to treat IP services like Cloud
Innovation as enemies of such growth most especially in the context of the
internet that is working on a vast scale and is fast-growing.
On Sun, Jul 11, 2021 at 7:19 AM DANIEL NANGHAKA <dndannang at gmail.com> wrote:
> The details are in the RIR history.
> AFRINIC was created to manage African resources. If resources are meant
> for the development of the internet in the Africa then why would you want
> to rob the region of its organic growth?
> So for those who are not sure, I suggest they should go back and do some
> research and understand the creation of RIR.
> Daniel KN
> On Sat, Jul 10, 2021, 10:49 PM Ronald F. Guilmette <rfg at tristatelogic.com>
>> In message <CAHqNxMUDhQLYw7mudNW=+
>> 8aaJUjWxJTjaDpkvcB7e3sqM9gb+w at mail.gmail.com>
>> Brian Sowers <b.sowers154 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >My understanding is that each
>> >RIR is merely a bookkeeper on IP spaces--not an IP utilization board.
>> This is a serious historical misunderstanding.
>> You should familiarize yoursef with the full history of the RIRs, and
>> indeed, of IP allocation policies generally, dating back to a time even
>> before the emergence of the RIR system.
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