This is what APNIC got from the recovered pool yesterday. This will serve 2
members on the waiting list since Jan 2017. After that, the waiting list
will be of 426 members. We need something close to /13 (or /14+/15+/16) to
clear the existing waiting list (assuming that all members are requesting
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 at 17:16 藤崎智宏 <fujis...@syce.net> wrote:
> Dear policy sig colleagues,
> I got a clarification question from APNIC secretariat about waiting
> list management.
> Let me share my answer for that question.
> Currently, we still have IPv4 addresses available in the 103/8 pool,
> so when NEW members
> apply for IPv4 delegation, they always first receive from the 103/8
> pool, before they receive
> delegation from the non-103/8 pool. However, after the 103/8 pool
> exhaustion, it is possible
> there are IPv4 addresses available in the non-103/8 but not in 103/8 pool.
> In this case, should new members be able to first receive delegations
> from the non-103/8 pool without wait listed for 103/8 pool?
> With my current proposal, approved new member requests up to /22 will
> be placed on
> 103/8 pool waiting list and approved addition amount (maximum /22)
> will be placed on
> non-103/8 pool waiting list.
> If there are other questions or comments, please let me know.
> Thank you!
> Yours Sincerely,
> Tomohiro Fujisaki
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