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Re: PI & 1st allocation policy

  • To: leo vegoda < >
  • From: Kurt Erik Lindqvist < >
  • Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 09:29:47 +0200
  • Cc: PI Policy Task Force < >

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	Leo,

in general I think that to base the discussion on initial allocations 
made, as was discussed in Barcelona is a good step.

>                        % ----- Proposal ----- %
>
> 1. Reduce the minimum allocation size from /20 to /21
> 2. Remove the requirement to show an immediate need for 25% of the 
> allocated
>    address space (a /23 in this case)
> 3. No longer assign PI (Portable) address space to End Users
> 4. End Users requiring a portable address block could become an LIR 
> and receive
>    a /21 allocation.
>
>                        % ----- Proposal ----- %

So, you say we remove the 25% requirement? I am not against this, 
actually I think it's good. However, if we are to implement 3. I think 
we need an exception rule like APNIC have, that the NCC can give out 
routable /24s for important infrastructure (read root-servers).

> ASN assignments: 599
> Allocation:      377
> PI Assignments:  408
>
>

100 ASNs a month, that is quite a lot. Do you have any data on how many 
of those received initial allocations as well?


Best regards,

- - kurtis -

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