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[AFRINIC-rpd] PDP discussions
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Fri Jun 21 08:19:22 UTC 2013
I believe the intention for Universities that already have resources would
be to include their current space in the multiplier.
So, let us look at an institution that has 20 thousand combined staff and
students, and is already sitting on a /16 worth of space.
The combined allocation they would qualify for under this policy is 20 * 5 =
100k IP addresses.
Since they already have a /16 (64k ip addresses), they would be able to
under the policy qualify automatically for 36k more IP addresses subject to
the normal fees associated with additional applications.
From: Seun Ojedeji <seun.ojedeji at gmail.com>
Date: Friday 21 June 2013 10:10 AM
To: Bope Domilongo Christian <christianbope at gmail.com>
Cc: rpd <rpd at afrinic.net>, Alan Barrett <apb at cequrux.com>
Subject: Re: [AFRINIC-rpd] PDP discussions
On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 8:44 AM, Bope Domilongo Christian
<christianbope at gmail.com> wrote:
> According to Afrinic mission which is to serve the African region equitably
> and equally. I would like to request to Afrinic to provide the current IPV4
> allow to all African Universities regionally. My worry is Afrinic give all
> IPv4 remaining to the same Universities and when other will came they will be
> not IPv4 and they will raised the question of equally distribution of IP in
> the education sectors in Africa and they will be frustrated.
Speaking as able self (ofcourse not as co-chair as handing-over has not
I identify your fear, however i believe that we have 2 scenarios here:
A university who already have resources and want to request for more based
on the new policy.
For this customer, i believe a justification of use of the resources they
currently have will be required before such new request will be considered
by AFRINIC officials (if this is not the case, then i wish to be clarified
on what is). Also it will be good to check whether the resource they
initially have did not indeed meet their ratio needs as per the new policy.
A university who is just applying for resource for the first time:
This is where the advantage of the new policy will be most applicable and
yes i agree that some institutions in some countries may be fast enough to
put in their requests which could make the IP space more prominent in one
region than the other....perhaps it may be worth checking how some level of
fairness in distribution of the resource across the continent can be
achieved. However i think we still have to consider that you won't deny an
institution assignment just because there has been several request from the
particular region, especially if the institution meets the requirement for
Perhaps its time for each country rep to do their homework with their
respective institutions ;)
> On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 9:36 AM, Alan Barrett <apb at cequrux.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 20 Jun 2013, Alan Barrett wrote:
>>> The following policy proposals acheieved rough consensus [...]
>>> * Academic IPv4 Allocation
>>> -academic-ipv4-allocation-afpub-2013-gen-001-draft-02-under-discussion> >
>> I am sorry, I forgot to mention some changes.
>> 1. The staff analysis pointed out that the proposal used
>> two terms "Academic Institution" and "Higher Education
>> Institution". The proposal will be modified to use a single
>> term consistently.
>> 2. Some people at the meeting said that some organisations might
>> not want as many IPv4 addresses as are allowed by this
>> proposal. The proposal will be modified to make it clear that
>> an organisation may apply for fewer addresses than the 5:1
>> ratio would allow.
>> Consensus at the meeting was that the proposal, duly modified to address the
>> above two points, should go to last call.
>> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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>> rpd at afrinic.net
> Best Regards
> Christian Bope Domilongo
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> Seun Ojedeji,
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