Dear Chairs, I am in non support of this proposal.We should not change the policy and let do not delay the IPv4 exhaustion in this region.So that everyone can focus on IPv6. Regards, Ajai Kumar
On Wed, 27 Feb 2019 at 01:13, Md. Abdul Awal <awal....@gmail.com> wrote: > I partially support this proposal. > > While minimizing the delegation size from /22 to /23 would delay the IPv4 > exhaustion in this region, this discussion would return again later on with > proposals like minimizing the delegation size to /24. It'd be interesting > to see how community reacts to this. > > BR//Awal > On 18/1/19 12:17 PM, Bertrand Cherrier wrote: > > Dear SIG members, > > The proposal "prop-127-v001: Change maximum delegation size of 103/8 > IPv4 address pool to a /23" has been sent to the Policy SIG for review. > > It will be presented at the Open Policy Meeting at APNIC 47 in > Daejeon, South Korea on Wednesday, 27 February 2019. > > We invite you to review and comment on the proposal on the mailing list > before the meeting. > > The comment period on the mailing list before an APNIC meeting is an > important part of the policy development process. We encourage you to > express your views on the proposal: > > - Do you support or oppose this proposal? > - Does this proposal solve a problem you are experiencing? If so, tell > the community about your situation. > - Do you see any disadvantages in this proposal? > - Is there anything in the proposal that is not clear? > - What changes could be made to this proposal to make it more > effective? > > Information about this proposal is available at: > > http://www.apnic.net/policy/proposals/prop-127 > > Regards > > Sumon, Bertrand, Ching-Heng > APNIC Policy SIG Chairs > ------------------------------ > > prop-127-v001: Change maximum delegation size of 103/8 IPv4 address > pool to a /23 > ------------------------------ > > Proposers: Ching-Heng Ku, Aftab Siddiqui, Yen-Chieh Wang > c...@twnic.tw > 1. Problem Statement > > This is a proposal to change the maximum size of IPv4 address delegations > from the APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address pool  to a /23. > 2. Objective of policy change > > The current final /8 allocation policy requires that the current minimum > delegation size for IPv4 is a /24 and each APNIC account holder is only > eligible > to receive IPv4 address delegations totalling a maximum /22 from the > APNIC 103/8 > IPv4 address pool. > > According to the APNIC IPv4 Address Report, https://ipv4.potaroo.net/, > remaining > addresses in the APNIC 103/8 pool are 42.8%, 33.3%, 23.4% of /8 in the > end of > 2016, 2017, and 2018, respectively. The remaining number of APNIC 103/8 > IPv4 > address pool for APNIC account holder is less and less. It is predicted > that > the 103/8 pool will be exhausted in 2020. > > Reducing the maximum IPv4 delegation size from APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address > pool can > prolong the exhaustion time of the 103/8. Newcomers of APNIC account > holders will > have the benefit in this period of time. New companies can obtain some > IPv4 address > space in the APNIC service region without the need to trade for address > space and > can make the preparation for the subsequent IPv6 migration. > > It is recommended that the number of assigned IPv4 addresses in Final /8 > be reduced > from a maximum of /22 to /23. It will be estimated to extend the > exhaustion time > for at least three years or more. > 3. Situation in other regions > > There is no similar policy in place in other RIR regions. > 4. Proposed policy solution > > It is proposed to modify the 6.1 Minimum and maximum IPv4 delegations of > the APNIC > Internet Number Resource Policies. > > This proposal is to change the maximum size of IPv4 address delegations > from the > APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address pool to a /23. /23 is important because new > ISPs can > use /24 for internal infrastructure and /24 customer assignments and NAT > for IPv6 > transition. > > Current Policy text > > Each APNIC account holder is only eligible to receive IPv4 address > delegations > totalling a maximum /22 from the APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address pool. > > New Policy text > > Each APNIC account holder without APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address delegations > from the > APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address pool is only eligible to receive a maximum /23 > from the > APNIC 103/8 IPv4 address pool. > 5. Advantages / Disadvantages > > Advantages: > - This proposal allows a greater range of networks to access the > resources in > the final /8. > > - This proposal extends the maximum possible total number of networks > that can benefit from the final /8 pool from around 16,000 to around 18,000 > networks, providing small amounts of IPv4 to be available for networks, > developing economy, etc., making the transition to IPv6 for many years to > come. > > Disadvantages: > - No disadvantages are foreseen. > 6. Impact on resource holders > > It reduces the maximum size of the delegated address block available to > APNIC > members during the final /8 phase. This will affect NIR members in the > same way > as APNIC members. > 7. References > >  Section 6.1. 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