Here we go again! As what might be my last act as a “regular” member of the ARIN community, I have decided to launch a discussion petition of ARIN-prop-125, Efficient Utilization of IPv4 Requires Dual-Stack.
[UPDATE 27-SEP-2011: Draft Policy ARIN-2010-14 has been implemented in ARIN NRPM 2011.4!] The History I first submitted policy proposal 109 in early February. After discussion and feedback on PPML, I revised the draft twice; ending up with v3 in early March. Apparently, that revision was submitted too late to make it onto the draft policy […]
I just received an email via the arin-ppml (public policy mailing list) announcing a new version of the ARIN Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM); NRPM 2010.2. This particular version is significant to me in that it implements a policy that I co-authored: 2008-7: Identify Invalid WHOIS POC’s. The ARIN announcement lays out all the relevant […]
It is that time of year again folks, time for the back to back NANOG and ARIN meetings and the annual ARIN election. This means that if your company is involved with the Internet, you should at the very least be paying attention, if not registering to attend one or both of these meetings. If […]
I am very pleased (and a little proud) to announce that policy 2008-7: Annual WHOIS POC Validation has been adopted by the ARIN Board of Trustees! If you have been following my blog (or the ARIN PPML) for awhile, you will know that I am one of the four authors of this policy – hence […]
The new and improved ARIN policy proposal ‘2008-7’ is now titled “Identify Invalid WHOIS POC’s” and should make its appearance back on the ppml in time for discussion at ARIN XXIII.
IP space (v4, v6, vX) is a public resource and as such should be borrowed, used and returned by those with a need for it.
A decision tree to help in evaluating a liberalized IP address transfer policy.
I submitted my first policy proposal to ARIN.