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[rpd] inputs on IPv4 Inter-RIR policy proposals - AFRINIC needs this policy now!
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Sun Jun 30 21:09:07 UTC 2019
El 30/6/19 20:39, "Ronald F. Guilmette" <rfg at tristatelogic.com> escribió:
In message <539D1303-4A80-4ACB-A70A-9CBD8E4C3B73 at consulintel.es>, Jordi wrote:
>As said, this is something that the legal counsel should clarify.
I can only say that I hope that -someone- will provide a definitive
I should perhaps clarify that my interest in knowing the
current operative meaning of Section 6.1 of the Afrinic Bylaws
is a consequence of my belief that more than one party that is
located outside of the Afrinic region and that is providing -no-
services whatsoever within the Afrinic region are already enjoying
the benefits arising from the exclusive use of Afrinic-assigned
IPv4 number resources.
In a couple of cases, in particular, this is troubling to me for
various specific reasons. Now I just want to know if the relevant
specific assignments even comport with the Afrinic Bylaws, as
written and as currently construed. Do they or don't they? I am
still seeking a definitive answer.
That will not be the bylaws by policies or a combination of both.
I most of the RIRs, policies allow to use "some" of the resources outside the region, but of course, to be a member of that specific RIR, you need to have "some" of the services in the region.
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