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[AfriNIC-rpd] Re: Global Policy for post exhaustion IPv4 allocation mechanisms by the IANA
ondouglas at yahoo.com
Tue May 3 13:50:15 UTC 2011
--- On Tue, 5/3/11, Mukom Akong T <tamon at afrinic.net> wrote:
> > An earlier global policy proposal authored by a team
> consisting of
> > people from each of the five RIRs reached consensus at
> four RIRs, and
> > was subsequently endorsed by these RIRs' Boards. In
> the APNIC region,
> > this was prop-069, "Global policy proposal for the
> allocation of IPv4
> > blocks to Regional Internet Registries". To see the
> proposal reference
> > number for this proposal in all five RIRs, see
> Appendix A.
> I suggest you put in AfriNIC's reference in here or state
> that the proposal was originally submitted to APNIC region
> (if that is the case)
Changed Paragraph 2 of section 1 to
In the AfriNIC region, this was AFPUB-2009-v4-002, "Global policy proposal
for the allocation of IPv4 blocks to Regional Internet Registries".
To see the proposal reference
number for this proposal in all five RIRs, see Appendix A.
> > The version approved in the fifth region was
> substantially rewritten by
> > that community to meet some of their concerns.
> However, given the
> > nature of the rewrites, it would have been difficult
> to reconcile that
> > version with the version that reached concensus in the
> other four RIRs.
> The 'fifth' region being?
> > Therefore, some members of the ARIN community wrote a
> new global
> > proposal, "Global Policy for IPv4 Allocations by the
> IANA Post
> > Exhaustion", which has been adopted in the ARIN
> region. It is under
> > discussion in the AfriNIC, APNIC and RIPE regions. In
> the APNIC region,
> > it is prop-086. To see the proposal reference number
> for this proposal
> > in all five RIRs, see Appendix A.
> Again as this is being submitted to AfriNIC region,
> consider using the AfriNIC-specific references where they
Done. Changed to AFPUB-2010-v4-003-draft-02
PS: Mukom, I noticed the Policy (AFPUB-2011-v4-004-draft-01) isn't on the website
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