Re: [ripe-152bis] Updating "Charging by Local Internet Registries "
- Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 14:09:43 +0200
- Organization: RIPE Network Coordination Centre
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 08:02:38AM +0100, Mike Norris wrote:
> Domain names are different, though. They are not finite in the
> same way as IP addresses are - maybe they're transfinite? Also,
> they would seem to have a market value, and are traded as such.
> Perhaps more importantly, though, is that since ripe-152 was
> first written, CENTR has been set up, with a remit to discuss
> policy matters of domain registries in Europe. So perhaps it's
> no longer valid for RIPE to make policy statements about name
> space, unless it impacts on established RIPE policy matters.
Should the phrasing be changed to mention reverse DNS domains or
should all mention of domains be taken out? The reverse DNS issue
was raised at the meeting.
It's worth noting that there is a separarte policy document for
the "Policy for Reverse Address Delegation under in-addr.arpa in
the RIPE NCC Service Region" (ripe-244) which can be found at:
That document says that "LIRs should provide reverse delegation
corresponding to an assignment during the complete validity period
of the assignment" but doesn't make an explicit mention of any
charges that may be associated with the DNS service. Do people think
that any mention of reverse DNS delegations is necessary?
Registration Services Manager