I have one comment..

Having had recent discussions on the current policies, it is important that all policies have synergy..

In ARIN-2016-5, we speak of..

"Efficient utilization of at least 50% of cumulative IPv4
address blocks already assigned to them"

I believe this should be extended to also include that the current registrant MUST be compliant with existing policies regarding the proper use of SWIP or 'rwhois' for any IP space they currently operate, insofar as that space is relegated to other parties.

It should also require that all existing POC information is correct and up to date. And if they have a reference to a 'rwhois' server, it should be operating, functional and accurate.

Even some of the largest provider(s) do not seem to conform to ARIN guidelines, and the transfer process should not be started, unless current networks are in compliance.. Not to pick on Time Warner, it was just recently reported to me, so fresh in my mind..

eg..

NetRange:       97.76.0.0 - 97.79.255.255
CIDR:           97.76.0.0/14
NetName:        RCSW
NetHandle:      NET-97-76-0-0-1
Parent:         NET97 (NET-97-0-0-0-0)
NetType:        Direct Allocation
OriginAS:
Organization:   Time Warner Cable Internet LLC (RCSW)
....
Comment: Allocations for this OrgID serve Road Runner commercial customers out of the Austin, TX and Tampa Bay, FL RDCs.
....
Found a referral to rwhois.rr.com:4321.

connect: Connection refused

So, at it simplest, I would see that amended to read..

"Accurate record keeping, and efficient utilization of .."


On 16-10-15 08:16 PM, Alexander, Daniel wrote:
Hello Everyone,

We are going to discuss a number of policies next week at the Public
Policy Meeting in Dallas. Four of these proposals are focused on
transfers and needs assessment, each suggesting changes using a
different approach. To try and help the discussions, the AC wanted to
put a comparison chart together to compliment the discussion guide.

The attached chart will be provided to people attending the discussions
in person. We wanted to provide this chart to the mailing list as well,
for those who cannot make it to the meeting. Please let the Shepherds
know your thoughts about these suggested changes.

Related proposals:

ARIN 2015-7 Simplified Requirements for Demonstrated Need for IPv4 Transfers
ARIN 2016-3 Alternative Simplified Criteria for Justifying Small IPv4
Transfers
ARIN 2016-4 Transfers for New Entrants
ARIN 2016-5 Post IPv4 Free Pool Depletion Transfer Policy

Needed feedback:

- Is it useful to break the dependency between section 4 and section 8?
- Is it useful to simplify the transfer requirements?
- Are the needs requirements in any of the proposals too lax, or too
restrictive?
- Do people prefer one approach over another? Which ones?

Please let the AC Shepherds know your thoughts on these topics.

Thank you
Dan Alexander
AC Chair


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