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[rpd] inputs on IPv4 Inter-RIR policy proposals

SOUAD ABIDI fs_abidi at
Sat Jul 13 09:19:24 UTC 2019

I guess ,when it will no IPv4 remain in other regions(which is soon the
case) ,nobody will negociate the conditions of the pool's owner (Africa).


If we notice that our resources run out from the region after the transfer
, we can bring them back to Africa (afriNIC will not accept the renewal of
the contract between the seller and the buyer).


Le ven. 12 juil. 2019 à 20:37, Gregoire Ehoumi <gregoire.ehoumi at> a
écrit :

> Hi Souad,


> How will this type of contract benefit AfriNIC and our region?


> --Gregoire


> ------ Original message------


> *Date: *Fri, Jul 12, 2019 6:50 AM

> *To: *AfriNIC List;

> *Cc: *

> *Subject:*[rpd] inputs on IPv4 Inter-RIR policy proposals


> Hello,


> As IPv4 are finite and if we do the transfer, our resources may run out

> from our region-since there is no a explicit control motioned in the policy

> - As some people argue.

> Here what I suggest :


> ?? Establishing a leasing contract between the seller and the

> buyer up to 5 years with a possibility to renew it and AfriNIC will be

> the 3rd part of the deal .


> ?? AfriNIC takes no money and makes no approval.


> ?? The buyer needs to be registered somehow in the world.


> ?? The contract needs to be signed by the 3 parts

> (afriNIC-seller-buyer)


> So buy adopting this approach and if we notice that our resources are

> running out from our region, we can decide to bring them back and the

> companies do not renew the contract with .



> Best regards.


> Souad


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