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[rpd] Policy Proposal Update - Inter-RIR Resource Transfers v2
mje at posix.co.za
Thu Nov 29 08:18:09 UTC 2018
I also agree that this is a clever way of getting a foot in the door to
Inter-RIR Resource Transfers - and am happy to accept the proposal and
hope it goes forwards. Of course - I'd like to see the ability to
transfer any resources... (Non-Legacy IPv4, ASN and IPv6 as well).
Perhaps one day I'll want to migrate from where I live to another place
- and keep what I have. If I move (for example) to Europe, it would make
sense to move from AfriNIC to RIPE. I'd like the freedom to do that and
keep all my connections in place without any renumbering.
Strategically, what it does give, is the ability to import IPv4
resources in to AfriNIC from other RIR's - and I believe we will need
On 11/28/18 10:39 PM, Lee Howard wrote:
> On 11/28/18 3:14 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
>>> On Nov 28, 2018, at 12:08 PM, Willy MANGA <mangawilly at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Le 21/11/2018 à 13:47, Sami Salih a écrit :
>>>> Dears AFRINIC PDWG Members,
>>>> The Authors of the policy proposal (Inter-RIR Resource Transfers)
>>>> has submitted an update to the proposal document (v2). Please find
>>>> the updates on the link below:
>>> From my understanding of this proposal :
>>> * it shall be restricted (for the moment) to
>>> merger/acquisition/relocation only
>> Only IPv6 and ASNs would be restricted.
>>> * Outbound transfer only from legacy space (as stated in the proposal)
>> That makes very little sense… I oppose any directional restriction in
>> an inter-RIR policy.
> I think this is the key portion of the proposal that may reduce the
> concern about addresses being sucked out of Africa. I don't think
> there is consensus without it. I have no objection, and think it's a
> clever mitigation.
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