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60. Recommended Draft Policy ARIN -2014-5 Remove 7.2 Lame Delegations. 2014-5 History Origin: ARIN-prop -197 (Jan 2014) AC Shepherd: Rob Seastrom AC accepted as Draft Policy in January Presented at PPC at NANOG 60 and ARIN 33 AC made recommended in April

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Recommended Draft Policy ARIN-2014-5

Remove 7.2 Lame Delegations

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2014-5 History

    • Origin: ARIN-prop-197 (Jan 2014)
    • AC Shepherd: Rob Seastrom
    • AC accepted as Draft Policy in January
    • Presented at PPC at NANOG 60 and ARIN 33
    • AC made recommended in April
    • Text Online & in Discussion Guide
      • https://www.arin.net/policy/proposals/2014_5.html
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Staff Understanding

    • This proposal would remove NRPM section 7.2 because it is out of scope for ARIN and because ARIN has never effectively implemented this policy.
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Staff Comments

    • This proposal would not change current operational practice. When ARIN switched over to per-zone DNS management, we ran into some significant issues with lame detection and remediation and as a result, lame delegation testing was suspended.
      • Issues included the lack of a clear definition of what a lame DNS server was, and the potential risk of removing misconfigured, but working reverse DNS servers.
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Legal Assessment

    • The policy does not create legal concerns.
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