Hi Andy, On 19/06/2009, at 8:20 AM, Andy Linton wrote:
On 17/06/2009, at 19:44 , Terry Manderson wrote:
This doesn't stop any _needed_ allocations from happening post transfer (ie not inhibiting business), and further highlights who is doing what and why so gives more transparency to the process.I've posted a reponse to Geoff's original request. I think that a policy that empowers APNIC staff to implement something that looks after this on our behalf is a better option. It achieves the same result - the resource is allocated when _needed_.
I think we are both looking for similar things. I'd like higher levels of
transparency to be incorporated here. May I suggest an extension/alteration to your wording? When a member disposes of address space using this transfer policy the member should not be entitled to any further IPv4 allocations or assigments from APNIC for a period of 24 months or until the "final / 8" assignment measures are implemented. In exceptional circumstances a member can submit a comprehensive plan justifying an allocation. Asubstantial processing fee may be charged and a notice of application will
be posted for at least 7 days on the APNIC website. Terry