Thanks for commenting on this.
The current proposal text has not examples, I think it is quite neutral in this aspect:
Providing addressing space to third party devices including addresses for
point-to-point links and/or non-permanently providing addressing space to third
parties, for use on a network managed and operated by the assignment holder,
shall not be considered a sub-assignment.
The provision of addressing space for permanent or semi-permanent connectivity,
such as broadband services, is still considered a sub-assignment.
I think having the examples in the “objective” of the policy proposal is needed to clarify the reason for it. You don’t think so?
I am Satoru Tsurumaki from Japan Open Policy Forum.
I would like to share key feedback in our community for prop-124,
based on a meeting we organised on 22nd Aug to discuss these proposals.
Many supporting opinions were expressed on this proposal.
However, also many concerning comment was expressed to explain the specific examples.
For this matter, the same opinion was given also at JPOPM34.
- It is better to stop specific examples because they tend to fall into discussion of adding / not applying / not applicable.
- I think that specific examples should be stated in the guidelines rather than policies.
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