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[rpd] Microphone discussion, inbound policy

Arnaud AMELINA amelnaud at
Wed May 31 15:53:41 UTC 2017

MIT only sold to make money to move to IPv6.   They go on to say they will
sell the rest to fund themselves.   Is this the sort of future we should
expect from AfriNIC - one where we prioritise business interests of a few
no matter how legitimate over community interests?   If people want to
participate in those markets, they can join those RIRs and sign their RSAs.
  We want AfriNIC focus on using what we have sensibly and move on to IPv6.



Le 31 mai 2017 12:50, "Sunday Folayan" <sfolayan at> a écrit :

In my personal capacity:

I just want to provide information on discussions at the microphone on the
inbound policy, without going to the microphone because the queue is closed.

I discuss neither for, not against the policy or its intent.

Someone asked at the Microphone, how IP addresses can suddenly appear in
regions where the RIRs have run out of addresses.

Here is an example.


Sunday Adekunle Folayan
Managing Director
General data Engineering Services (SKANNET)
16 Oshin Road, Kongi Bodija, Ibadan - Nigeria
Phone: +234 802 291 2202, +234 816 866 7523
Email: sfolayan at, sfolayan at

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