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In slide 8 of the secretariat document, was a mention of the definitions of End-User and End-site.
I recall we have discussed this already and Adam also agreed that we can improve it (I can’t find the email right now, but I’m sure I have seen it).
I’m not sure if that should be considered as part of the work of the WG or not, but that's not so relevant if we all agree on the changes, that’s good for the meeting.
My plan is to submit a policy proposal tomorrow, maximum after tomorrow, so if someone else want to join, please let me know.
The idea is:
Category: Definitions Actual text:Proposed text: 2.9. End site 2.9. End-site An end site is defined as an end-user (subscriber) who has a business relationship with a service provider that involves: that service provider assigning address space to the end-user that service provider providing transit service for the end-user to other sites that service provider carrying the end-user's traffic that service provider advertising an aggregate prefix route that contains the end-user's assignment An End-Site is defined as the location of an End-User who has a business or legal relationship (same or associated entities) with a service provider that involves: that service provider assigning address space to the End-User location that service provider providing transit service for the End-User location to other sites that service provider carrying the End-User's location traffic that service provider advertising an aggregate prefix route that contains the End-User's location assignment Explanation: An organization may be a holding of other organizations, and be their “ISP” so it is necessary to include the “legal” relationship. A single “end-user” may have multiple locations, and each location is an End-Site. This is especially relevant for IPv6, where each location will receive, for example, a /48. End-user defined now.
Category: New, Definitions Actual text:Proposed text:
2.10. End-User Service subscriber or customer from an LIR.
Explanation: Useful definition, which may not be clear for new members. Following text will need to be renumbered accordingly.
In some other RIRs I’ve already done those changes.
Turning it into a proposal is a matter of 10 minutes.
So, please if interested, let me know!
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