Re: [sig-policy] prop-085: Eligibility for critical infrastructureassign
> I support the idea of making sure critical infrastructures can receive
> IPv4 space, but I think we can accomodate this needs from the reserved
> block we have today. (as shown by the data)
Yes, from the statistics, me too feel it may be enough space to accomodate
new Critical Infrastructure assignments in the reserved block.
> Would it solve your problem if we explictly state
> "Critical Infrastructure assignments will be continued to be allowed
> until the current reserved block for Critical Infrastructures runs out"?
Yes, if we can continue to allow that, I am happy enough.
It doesn't matter where the assignments come from,
actually it would be better if they still come from the reserved block.
So the thing I want to secure is Critical Infrastrucure assignments
from that reserved block are still permitted during the final /8 phase.
Because the final /8 is high unlikely to be a single stand alone /8 block,
according to the policy, it means
'When the total remaining space in the unallocated APNIC address pool reaches a
threshold of a total of one /8'
So the remaining space in the reserved Critical Infrastructure block is very likely
to become a component of the final /8 space. Assignment/Allocation from that block has to
conform with the final /8 policy during final /8 phase, so the policy has
to permit critical infrastructure assignment in order to continue use the CI block
for assignment purpose.