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[rpd] Policy Proposal: in-region vs out-of-region use of resources, and restrictions thereon
Erick Joshua Lagon
erickj.lagon at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 10:10:12 UTC 2021
For what it's worth, other RIRs have an inter-RIR policy. What makes
AFRINIC so special? That once it allows an inter-RIR policy, a loophole
will be eminent. So are you implying that AFRINIC won't be able to do their
job if they allow an inter-RIR transfer?
Second, I am aware of IPv6. And your arguments perfectly show that you are
having a limited view regarding this matter. I did not mention both
versions, but you are putting the context here. I just said that inter-RIR
policies should be considered here because again, internet resources are
On Thu, Jul 29, 2021 at 5:39 PM Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jul 2021, 11:32 Erick Joshua Lagon, <erickj.lagon at gmail.com>
>> To all,
>> I hope that we expand our horizons on the benefits of inter-RIR
> Inter-RIR policies which are conservative in nature and would protect
> regional address space and not ones that would open a loophole for the
> for-profit wannabe mini-RIR like LARUS.
> rather than limiting our views.
> What happened to IPv6? Africa please go IPv6 forget about IPv4 #DanganyaToto
> and let us profit from IPv4 by leasing for few dollars.
> It seems to me that IPv4 is so important after all that we must now focus
> our views to Inter-RIR according to a one Erick.
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