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[rpd] inputs on IPv4 Inter-RIR policy proposals - AFRINIC needs this policy now!
pascal at irenala.edu.mg
Tue Jun 18 07:48:06 UTC 2019
I read the policy proposal for IPV4 Inter-RIR Transfert.
The article => https://www.afrinic.net/policy/proposals/2019-v4-002-d1#proposal
I think this is not the benefit of AFRINIC as resources are currently insufficient for AFRINIC.
Otherwise it is necessary to balance the transfers between RIR because at least the number of resources is limited to sending to other RIRs.
I do not support this policy for this reason, The AFRINIC's resources are not enough for AFRICA, why transfer them elsewhere ....
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Objet: [rpd] inputs on IPv4 Inter-RIR policy proposals - AFRINIC needs this policy now!
I wonder if anyone has inputs on the policy proposals for IPv4 Inter-RIR transfers.
I will be presenting both of them together on Wednesday 19th. If you're not in Kampala, make sure to participate remotely (https://www.internetsummit.africa/en/participate-remotely), so we can resolve any doubts on the spot.
This is a key issue for AFRINIC, which now is the *only* RIR not allowing those transfers.
AFRINIC is soon (probably around end of this year) entering in exhaustion phase 2, so it will become more and more difficult to obtain IPv4. If transfers from other regions aren't allowed, this will be an added difficulty for the Internet growth in the region, and increase the difficulties for the continued IPv6 deployment.
The region needs this policy *now*, because the implementation requires several months as there is a need to coordinate with the systems of the other RIRs, in order to ensure a transparent transfers process.
So, what is your opinion?
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