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[AFRINIC-rpd] Commencement of the last call
mayediop at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 08:44:00 UTC 2013
This is my last comment on this policy.
I wonder if we can move forward by thinking about future of our people
specially academic institutions and provide a policy that will not focus on
V4 space and providing V4 addresses (because of i) impact on short term
afrinic's revenues; ii) his focus on south region without any provision of
equity; iii) his tends to introduce an exception on critical resources
management only in africa).
I would like to see policies and actions which will allow our academies to
act as first mover and catalyst for IPv6 adoption in our region.
2013/6/26 Alan Barrett <apb at cequrux.com>
> On Wed, 26 Jun 2013, Badru Ntege wrote:
>> There is nothing stoping this institution now using the resources to set
>> up a local for profit ISP, or even passing these resources to a third party
>> that will take them off the continent.
> See the existing IPv4 allocation policy, AFPUB-2005-V4-001, section 9.5:
> " 9.5 Validity of an assignment
> " Assignments remain valid as long as the original criteria
> " on which the assignment was based are still in place and
> " the assignment is registered in the AFRINIC database. An
> " assignment is therefore invalid if it is not registered in the
> " database and if the purpose for which it was registered has
> " changed or no longer holds.
> An attempt to transfer of resources clearly invalidates the assignment
> under clause 9.4 of AFPUB-2005-V4-001. I would argue that a mission change
> on the part of the organisation (such as serving as a for-profit ISP),
> would also invalidate the assignment under that clause.
> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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Mme Ndéye Maimouna DIOP
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