Re: Upcoming Improvements to ARIN's Directory Service

2010-06-12 Thread John Curran
. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN Begin forwarded message: From: Mark Kosters ma...@arin.net Date: June 11, 2010 3:17:49 PM EDT To: nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: Upcoming Improvements to ARIN's Directory Service Hi ARIN is making significant improvements to our systems

Re: Upcoming Improvements to ARIN's Directory Service

2010-06-12 Thread John Curran
john, today, a research batch script running periodic bulk whois work has a line something like ncftpget ftp://user:p...@ftp.arin.net/arin_db.txt.gz well, it can actually be simpler. for the web 9.3 impaired of us, could you describe the simple batch script line under the new

Re: Upcoming Improvements to ARIN's Directory Service

2010-06-12 Thread John Curran
! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
of such misuse, or change the policies to have ARIN do something else. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
but does another when it comes to routing. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
very difficult to obtain; how do you see it impacting the overall outcome? /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
order estimate for your second and third questions. % of space and % of holders, please I gave % of space in the April numbers above (the number of holders at that time was approximately 700 of estimated 18000) /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
On Aug 13, 2010, at 4:37 PM, Randy Bush wrote: thanks. but i meant when you report at meeting, on web site, whatever. please report both, not just the one with the larger number. Yes, will do. /John

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
it as a proposal? (and to answer Randy - the only control over the administration is based on the policies adopted. Reduce the corpus of applicable policy if that is your desire.) /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
is per-RSA, and ARIN's action with this space is clearly governed by the policies adopted by the community. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
needs-based allocation policy, the policy development process, and online automation work doesn't seem happen without a regional registry and involved community to drive it. With due respect, Noted. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
On Aug 13, 2010, at 5:46 PM, Randy Bush wrote: to make it easiest to understand, i might grind it up into /24 equivalents and present as percentages Acknowledged, /John

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
exchange, but you might want to seek counsel before trying such on a collective basis... /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
for the associated policy development process, public policy meetings, travel, conference calls. Quite a bit of savings available there, but the community first has to decide on permanent policy (or lack thereof :-) for that automated world before we can reap the savings. /John John Curran President and CEO

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
On Aug 13, 2010, at 11:32 PM, Randy Bush wrote: If the allocation and reassignment of address space has no policy associated with it, then there's no doubt that most of the registry functions can be automated, and there's no need for the associated policy development process, public policy

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
, and that's often in person and at the joint ARIN/NANOG meetings, etc. I can't speak to the strength of your arguments for eliminating travel, but I will carry them to the Board as well, if you use the suggestion process. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
. where the ISP turns out to be simply a purveyor of IP addresses to online marketing firms), and circumstances such as those are where reclamation is used. Does that clarify things? /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
not seeking commendation, but thanks for the thought. Whether action will be taken will be based on the findings, and while many people are indeed disappointed that we act less often than desired, I think folks understand why we need to be rather cautious in this area. /John John Curran President and CEO

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-13 Thread John Curran
discussion at the next ARIN meeting if you feel otherwise. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN p.s. Ongoing threads on ARIN financials should probably move over to ARIN-discuss sooner or later (out of respect to those on Nanog who didn't think they signed up

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-14 Thread John Curran
as opposed to the nanog list. FYI, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
the historical scrub will nearly guarantee instability. (Followups for this really should be to PPML.) /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
On Aug 15, 2010, at 6:06 AM, Randy Bush wrote: Actually, you've got it backwards. The Legacy RSA provides specific contractual rights which take precedence over present policy or any policy that might be made which would otherwise limit such rights: gosh, i must have completely misread

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
. Or you can enjoy the status quo. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN p.s. If you want to continue to discuss, can we shortly move this to PPML or ARIN-Discuss for the sake of those not interested in these matters who have different expectations from their NANOG list

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
or the IETF as a way of bringing about the change you want based on community consensus (this is the Internet style of addressing it); feel free to add your choice of multinational organizations or governments if you want to more choices with different decision processes. /John John Curran President

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
that it should include all resources, including those not currently being utilized, i.e. the phrase wasn't intended to exclude *utilized* resources from ARIN will take no action clause. I will have that fixed on the next version of the LRSA. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
discourse is often thought provoking, informative, and even colorful, but I'll not let it be to the general detriment of the community. If a new LRSA signatory really wants the old language with a weaker promise from ARIN, we'll readily accommodate them then. /John John Curran President

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
of improvements to the LRSA (version 2.0) added several circumstances that result in pre-contract status quo, and additional ones could be added if the community wants such and the Board concurs. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
Policy Development Process. My apologies if this was somehow unclear, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-15 Thread John Curran
process to remove the reference. Thanks, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN Begin forwarded message: From: John Curran jcur...@arin.net Date: August 15, 2010 6:49:12 AM EDT To: Randy Bush ra...@psg.com Cc: North American Network Operators Group nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: Lightly

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-16 Thread John Curran
and conquer... I will confirm with the Board that that is the intent of the LRSA (which would then allow us to initiate the task of changing the language accordingly); can you submit this as a suggestion so that this request is not accidentally lost or overlooked? Thanks! /John John Curran

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-16 Thread John Curran
) /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-16 Thread John Curran
. I'll run with it, but would ask you send in to the suggestion process so that it doesn't get lost given our level of activity nowadays. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Lightly used IP addresses

2010-08-16 Thread John Curran
ISPs to have, even if never needed. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN On Aug 16, 2010, at 9:57 AM, Joe Maimon jmai...@ttec.com wrote: ... Kind of interesting to consider how a successful implementation of RPKI might change the rules of this game we all play in. I tried talking

Re: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... Don't waste your time

2010-10-01 Thread John Curran
what else you suggest we do... could you elaborate here? /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: AS11296 -- Hijacked?

2010-10-01 Thread John Curran
with this problem? If you can suggest a straightforward way of vetting a new organization which the community will support, I'll happily have it implemented asap. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: AS11296 -- Hijacked?

2010-10-01 Thread John Curran
George - Full agreement; the next step is defining a deterministic process for identifying these specific resources which are hijacked, and then making a policy for ARIN to act. We have a duty of stewardship, so addressing this problem is a priority if the community directs us to do so via

Re: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... Don't waste your time

2010-10-01 Thread John Curran
is issued to an entity and that entity no longer exists, those resources should be reclaimed by the community within some reasonable amount of time Agreed, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... Don't waste your time (more re: recovered resources)

2010-10-01 Thread John Curran
On Oct 1, 2010, at 5:43 PM, John Curran wrote: Resources being used by actual defunct organizations we will reclaim if reported. Folks - It occurred to me that I could have been clearer, so here I am replying to myself... When we at ARIN can readily determine that an organization

Re: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... (Resource listings yes, resource routing no)

2010-10-01 Thread John Curran
suggest such a policy if you feel strongly about this; the process to to so is shown here: https://www.arin.net/policy/pdp_appendix_b.html /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN IP/AS Assignment

2010-10-02 Thread John Curran
On Oct 2, 2010, at 9:28 AM, William Herrin wrote: The last few times I ran through the process, the hardest part was getting ARIN to accept the ORG registration.One time we'd let the state business registration expire by mistake. And the state registration name didn't exactly match the

Re: AS11296 -- Hijacked?

2010-10-02 Thread John Curran
surviving entity to contact. Many parties abandon these transfers mid-process, leaving us to wonder whether they were exactly as claimed but simply lacking needed documentation, or whether they were optimistic attempts to hijack. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: AS11296 -- Hijacked? (ARIN region hijacking)

2010-10-02 Thread John Curran
any policy which adopted by the community. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN P.S. I will note that we fully have the potential to recreate this problem in IPv6 if we're not careful, and establishing some very clear record keeping requirements for IPv6 with both RIRs and ISPs

Re: NEVERMIND! (was: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... )

2010-10-03 Thread John Curran
hostmas...@arin.net. YESSS! This is exactly the kind of thing I have been asking for! But more to the point, this is the exact kind of thing that (very bizzarely) John Curran just told me that he would accept as, in effect, and enhancement request... AS IF IT DIDN'T ALREADY EXIST

Re: NEVERMIND! (was: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... )

2010-10-03 Thread John Curran
. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: NEVERMIND! (was: ARIN Fraud Reporting Form ... )

2010-10-03 Thread John Curran
) at automating this process of marking resource blocks with no valid contacts as an inherent part of the new automated POC verification process. /John John Curran President CEO ARIN

Re: Whois lookups (was: 2010.10.04 NANOG50 day 1 morning notes posted)

2010-10-04 Thread John Curran
On Oct 4, 2010, at 1:25 PM, Seth Mattinen wrote: Or the new whois doesn't scale as well as the old one. Seth - New WHOIS scales much better than the old one; it would have extremely challenging to assemble enough equipment to handle the current query rate. Look at the NANOG

Re: AS6517 - Reliance Globalcom -- routing three more hijacked blocks - bulk Whois

2010-10-07 Thread John Curran
://www.arin.net/participate/acsp/index.html FYI, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Vote Now for the ARIN 2010 Board and AC Elections

2010-10-13 Thread John Curran
for reference. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN --- Begin forwarded message: From: ARIN i...@arin.netmailto:i...@arin.net Date: October 13, 2010 11:17:36 AM EDT To: arin-annou...@arin.netmailto:arin-annou...@arin.net Subject: [arin-announce] Vote Now for the 2010 Board and AC Elections

Re: Definitive Guide to IPv6 adoption - Sparse IPv6 allocation

2010-10-18 Thread John Curran
approach and it was requested by the community during the ARIN/NANOG Dearborn meeting. FYI, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Definitive Guide to IPv6 adoption - Sparse IPv6 allocation

2010-10-18 Thread John Curran
a /29, can request a new block. Obviously, this can be changed if the community wishes it so. Bring any obvious suggestions to the ARIN suggestion process, and anything which might be contentious or affect allocations to the policy process. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
FYI, /John https://www.arin.net/announcements/2010/20101020.html Posted: Wednesday, 20 October 2010 ARIN today recognizes Interop, an organization with a long-standing presence in the Internet industry, for returning its unneeded Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) address space.

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
On Oct 20, 2010, at 10:13 AM, Randy Bush wrote: i think this is cool, but ... ARIN will follow global policy at that time and return it to the global free pool or distribute the space to those organizations in the ARIN region with documented need, as appropriate. i know the us has the

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
? less than 3 months supply at the going drain rate. Not to be depressing, but a /8 (or 99% of one :-) is potentially less than one month's drain on the global IPv4 free pool, if one considers the allocations over the last 12 months to be predictive. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
) won't change the IPv4 depletion/IPv6 deployment timeline substantially, but it's also true we have folks who are just now realizing IPv4 depletion is happening and returned address space may make the difference for those who need just a bit more time... /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
of improved utilization for returned space is less space which is sitting idle and available to be hijacked. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
On Oct 20, 2010, at 11:35 AM, Christopher Morrow wrote: yes, sorry.. since this was returned to ARIN, I assumed the ARIN region drain rate. Ah, good point. It may end up in the global pool, so comparison to either drain rate is quite reasonable. /John

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
allocation requirements, including documented need. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
being able to return the space, but overall the community recommended proceeding because the benefit to overall utilization was deemed worthwhile. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
already happened in many cases; address blocks previously held by US DoD, BBN, Stanford were returned, held for a period, and then reissued. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN recognizes Interop for return of more than 99% of 45/8 address block

2010-10-20 Thread John Curran
basis. It's actually global Internet address space; this is a fundamental principle of the Internet Registry system as noted in RFC 2050. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: IPv6 Routing table will be bloated?

2010-10-27 Thread John Curran
On Oct 26, 2010, at 1:31 PM, Randy Carpenter wrote: I think ARIN is now doing sparse allocations on /28 boundaries. Yes (two NANOG messages attached from earlier this month) /John Begin forwarded message: From: John Curran jcur...@arin.net Date: October 18, 2010 2:55:49 PM EDT To: David

Re: Ratios peering [was: Level 3 Communications Issues Statement Concerning Comcast's Actions]

2010-11-30 Thread John Curran
On Nov 29, 2010, at 11:47 PM, Patrick W. Gilmore wrote: BTW: The attempt failed. Dave @ Above got Exodus Global Center to agree to pull a Cogent if GTEi pulled a Level 3. GTEi blinked, and the rest is history. Patrick - Your summary is incorrect. To be perfectly clear on the history: In

Re: UN mulls internet regulation options

2010-12-19 Thread John Curran
context as you requested. Happy Holidays, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN === REFERENCES [1] WSIS Tunis Agenda: http://www.itu.int/wsis/docs2/tunis/off/6rev1.html [2] NRO statement: http://www.nro.net/documents/pdf/StatementbyJohnCurran.pdf [3] DESA / WSIS Folloup website: http

ARIN resource certification service update

2011-01-06 Thread John Curran
-discuss mailing list which has some more context; please feel free to discuss this on the arin-discuss mailing list or here on NANOG (as appropriate) Thanks! /John Begin forwarded message: From: John Curran jcur...@arin.net Date: January 6, 2011 11:08:39 AM EST To: George, Wes E [NTK

Re: AltDB?

2011-01-09 Thread John Curran
process: https://www.arin.net/participate/acsp/index.html Alternatively, point to a best practice document from the operator community for what should be done here. ARIN's work plan is very much driven by community input, so that's what is needed here. Thanks! /John John Curran President

Re: AltDB? (IRR support direction at ARIN)

2011-01-09 Thread John Curran
the status quo for these services. Should IRR services be part of the ARIN mission? ARIN-discuss would be a great mailing list on which to discuss this topic, or (along the lines of Randy's earlier comments) on this NANOG list, if the mailing list folks consider it to be on topic. /John John Curran

Re: AltDB? (IRR support direction at ARIN)

2011-01-09 Thread John Curran
help the ARIN staff make informed recommendations to the ARIN Board regarding how to best proceed. I'd also welcome private email with these thoughts if that's your preference. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

arin and ops fora (was Re: AltDB?)

2011-01-09 Thread John Curran
for operational input (either within ARIN or via liaison to another body) is called for, I'd suggest continued discussion on the various mailing lists. Interesting discussion... thanks for raising it. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: AltDB?

2011-01-09 Thread John Curran
for operational security matters. Consider this one so reported. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: AltDB?

2011-01-09 Thread John Curran
what lack of information there is on the web site in regards to what forms of IRR authentication is available, I will go determinate the state of reality and post back here asap. At a minimum, we need much clearer documentation, but if more is required, we'll get it fixed asap. /John John Curran

Re: AltDB?

2011-01-10 Thread John Curran
On Jan 10, 2011, at 7:57 PM, Doug Barton wrote: On 01/09/2011 10:09, John Curran wrote: Please suggest your preferred means of IRR authentication to the ARIN suggestion process:https://www.arin.net/participate/acsp/index.html ... Now it seems that you acknowledged that further

Re: AltDB?

2011-01-11 Thread John Curran
to said suggestion form. As noted, we're now looking into how to fix the IRR authentication situation and will report back asap. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: AltDB?

2011-01-11 Thread John Curran
. Will do - Thanks for the note. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Fwd: [arin-announce] ARIN Resource Certification Update

2011-01-24 Thread John Curran
Copy to NANOG for those who aren't on ARIN lists but may be interested in this info. FYI. /John Begin forwarded message: From: John Curran jcur...@arin.netmailto:jcur...@arin.net Date: January 24, 2011 2:58:52 PM EST To: arin-annou...@arin.netmailto:arin-annou...@arin.net arin-annou

ARIN IRR Authentication (was: Re: AltDB?)

2011-01-27 Thread John Curran
On Jan 11, 2011, at 9:14 AM, John Curran wrote: As noted, we're now looking into how to fix the IRR authentication situation and will report back asap. Based on the ARIN's IRR authentication thread a couple of weeks ago, there were suggestions placed into ARIN's ACSP process for changes

Re: ARIN IRR Authentication (was: Re: AltDB?)

2011-01-28 Thread John Curran
On Jan 28, 2011, at 4:09 AM, Randy Bush wrote: Based on the ARIN's IRR authentication thread a couple of weeks ago, there were suggestions placed into ARIN's ACSP process for changes to ARIN's IRR system. ARIN has looked at the integration issues involved and has scheduled an upgrade to the

Re: [arin-announce] ARIN Resource Certification Update

2011-01-29 Thread John Curran
sent out earlier, and provides some insight into the considerations that have led ARIN's position on resource certification. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: ARIN IRR Authentication (was: Re: AltDB?)

2011-01-30 Thread John Curran
On Jan 29, 2011, at 10:50 PM, Jeff Wheeler wrote: On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 10:00 PM, John Curran jcur...@arin.net wrote: Based on the ARIN's IRR authentication thread a couple of weeks ago, there were suggestions placed into ARIN's ACSP process for changes to ARIN's IRR system. ARIN has looked

Significant Announcement (re: IPv4) 3 February – Watch it Live!

2011-02-01 Thread John Curran
FYI - Some people in this community may want to watch this event (either in person or via webcast) /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN Begin forwarded message: From: ARIN i...@arin.netmailto:i...@arin.net Date: February 1, 2011 7:09:02 AM EST To: arin-annou...@arin.netmailto:arin-annou

Re: quietly....

2011-02-01 Thread John Curran
up in December (about 25% increase) but that is within reasonable variation. Today was a little different, though, with 4 times the normal request rate... that would be a rush. FYI, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: quietly....

2011-02-01 Thread John Curran
On Feb 1, 2011, at 10:46 PM, valdis.kletni...@vt.edu wrote: On Wed, 02 Feb 2011 03:09:50 GMT, John Curran said: We had a small ramp up in December (about 25% increase) but that is within reasonable variation. Today was a little different, though, with 4 times the normal request rate

Re: quietly....

2011-02-01 Thread John Curran
with the definitive answer. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: quietly....

2011-02-02 Thread John Curran
On Feb 1, 2011, at 11:19 PM, John Curran wrote: On Feb 1, 2011, at 11:05 PM, George Herbert wrote: More interesting would be re-requests - organizations exhausting an initial allocation and requiring more. People asking for the first one just indicates initial adoption rates. Other than

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
noticed, so the resources can be reclaimed and reissued. Or, we can fix policy..? Absolutely... if the policy doesn't match your needs, please make a policy proposal. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Leasing of space via non-connectivity providers (was: Re: And so it ends... )

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
. Policy proposal process: https://www.arin.net/policy/pdp.html Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
no shortage of authority updating that database as long as the community wishes it so. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
On Feb 3, 2011, at 12:07 PM, Benson Schliesser wrote: On Feb 3, 2011, at 10:57 AM, John Curran wrote: On Feb 3, 2011, at 11:51 AM, Benson Schliesser wrote: Such transfers should be reported when noticed, so the resources can be reclaimed and reissued. Is any RIR authorized, in a legal

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
, and we're incorporated in the State of Virginia as nonstock corporation pursuant to the Virginia Nonstock Corporation Act. Our corporate documents are available here: https://www.arin.net/about_us/corp_docs.html Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have further questions. /John John

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
trying to ask a different question, I'm more than happy to answer, but I'd ask that you be more explicit. Thank you, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN On Feb 3, 2011, at 1:41 PM, Ernie Rubi wrote: I think it's OK to say you cannot/would rather not answer the question, instead of giving

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
according to the community developed policies. This includes changing the entries which designate the address holder, and specify that there is now a new address holder. None of this has to do with how entities configure their routers or servers. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
On Feb 3, 2011, at 3:02 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote: - Original Message - From: John Curran jcur...@arin.net On Feb 3, 2011, at 2:34 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote: I strongly suspect that his question is actually Does ARIN have any enforceable legal authority to compel an entity to cease using

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
On Feb 3, 2011, at 3:42 PM, David Conrad wrote: Second, neither ICANN nor the USG has (to my knowledge) declared the RIRs to be successor registries (whatever they are). David - ARIN succeeded Network Solutions in 1997 in the performance of IP number assignment, Autonomous System number

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
is not performing these duties under USG contract. I have no view on the question to which you replied, but want to be certain everyone has clear facts for the discussion. FYI, /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Internet number resource policy in the ARIN region

2011-02-03 Thread John Curran
PPML mailing list and are open to all parties. Information on the Policy Development Process, the PPML mailing list, and the current proposals are all included in the attached message. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN Begin forwarded message: From: ARIN i

Re: Leasing of space via non-connectivity providers

2011-02-05 Thread John Curran
John Curran President and CEO ARIN

Re: Leasing of space via non-connectivity providers

2011-02-05 Thread John Curran
On Feb 5, 2011, at 11:22 AM, bmann...@vacation.karoshi.com wrote: as you pointed out back in oh, IETF-29, actual network operators don't participate much in the standards setting process so its no wonder RFC 2050 has (several) blind-spots when it comes to operational reality.

Re: Leasing of space via non-connectivity providers

2011-02-05 Thread John Curran
the views from papers that have actually been peer-reviewed and published (attached)... /John Legal And Policy Aspects Of Internet Number Resources Santa Clara Computer High Technology Law Journal. Volume 24 Issue 2 Page 335 Authors: Stephen M. Ryan, Esq. , Raymond A. Plzak , and John

Re: Leasing of space via non-connectivity providers

2011-02-05 Thread John Curran
On Feb 5, 2011, at 1:27 PM, bmann...@vacation.karoshi.com wrote: On Sat, Feb 05, 2011 at 10:17:29AM -0800, Bill Woodcock wrote: ... It's dominated by the type of network operator who shows up and participates. Generally, I hear what you're saying and don't disagree, but this is one of

Re: And so it ends...

2011-02-05 Thread John Curran
may return it, or transfer according to the community developed policies. /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN On Feb 5, 2011, at 1:54 PM, James P. Ashton ja...@gitflorida.com wrote: John, It seams that by stating Note that ARIN can't allow transfers contrary to the community-developed

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