PI Policy Task Force: dead?
- Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 15:06:56 +0200
as Leo reminded me some weeks ago, this task force was support to be
"the body that thinks through the open issues concerning PI networking"
and presents some proposals (or at least some results) for the next
RIPE LIR WG meeting.
As nothing has been discussed so far, can I read this as "the current
PI policy isn't that bad after all, at least not bad enough to actually
Trying to elicit at least *some* comments...
(I did *not* volunteer to do PI policy work, that's a can of worms - I just
feel like stirring this a bit, to figure out whether there is a need to
work on this in the LIR-WG forum, or whether we can close it again).
On Tue, Feb 04, 2003 at 03:16:00PM +0100, leo vegoda wrote:
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> The current policy for issuing PI address space is recorded in the RIPE
> document "Provider Independent versus Provider Aggregatable Address
> Space" (ripe-127) found at:
> The paragraph relating to the issues raised in RIPE 44's LIR WG session,
> last week, is:
> Assignment criteria for both kinds of address space will be exactly
> identical with regards to the amount of address space assigned, the
> registration requirements, etc. This also implies that assigning PI
> space prefixes longer than 24 bits is perfectly acceptable if the
> request does not merit 8 bits of address space to be assigned.
> The rest of the policy for IPv4 address space is located in the RIPE
> document "IPv4 Address Allocation and Assignment Policies in the RIPE
> NCC Service Region" (ripe-234) found at:
> We are currently updating the IPv4 policy document and intend to include
> the PI policy text in it. This will allow us to mark ripe-127 as
> I look forward to a fruitful discussion.
> Best regards,
> leo vegoda
> RIPE NCC
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