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ARIN Open Microphone NANOG 23. Richard Jimmerson Director of Operations. October 23, 2001. Oakland, California. Reason for this Session. Operator input crucial to the Internet resource policy evaluation process Operators are most affected by ARIN policies. Policy Development Process.

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ARIN Open Microphone

NANOG 23

Richard Jimmerson

Director of Operations

October 23, 2001

Oakland, California

reason for this session
Reason for this Session
  • Operator input crucial to the Internet resource policy evaluation process
  • Operators are most affected by ARIN policies

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

policy development process
Policy Development Process
  • Developed by the Internet community within the ARIN region
  • Participation open to everyone
  • Policy issues are discussed:
    • On ARIN public mailing lists
    • At open public policy meetings (twice yearly)
    • At other meetings
  • Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process located at:www.arin.net/arin/policy_eval_process.html

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

policy process
Policy Process

ARIN BoT evaluates policy proposal

BoT Declares Policy Emergency

Policy Proposal Submitted

Mailing list discussion (final call) for 10 days

Discussion at public policy meeting

AC evaluation

ARIN BoT Ratifies New Policy

ARIN BoT Ratifies New Policy

No

Proposal to mailing lists 30 days prior to meeting

ARIN BoT evaluates policy proposal

Mailing list discussion (final call) for 10 days

ARIN BoT declare emergency?

Mailing list discussion for 10 days

AC evaluation

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

public mailing lists
Public Mailing Lists
  • ARIN Public Mailing Lists
    • ARIN Public Policy Mailing List
    • RFC 2050 Working Group
    • Virtual Webhosting Committee
    • IPv6 Working Group
    • Database Implementation Working Group
    • Community Learning and Education Working Group (CLEW)
    • Routing Table Measurement and Analysis
  • Subscription information and archives:http://www.arin.net/members/mailing.htm

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

policy proposals
Policy Proposals
  • 2001-1: Changing minimum SWIP size from /29 to /28
  • 2001-2: Multi-homing as justification for /24 reassignments
  • 2001-3: IPv6 micro-assignments
  • 2001-4: Modification of the IPv6 allocation policies
  • 2001-5: Micro-assignments for multi-homed sites
  • 2001-6: Single organizations with multiple aggregation points
  • 2001-7: Bulk Copies of ARIN’s WHOIS database

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

next arin meeting
Next ARIN Meeting
  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Dates: October 28 – 31, 2001
  • Meeting Info…

http://www.arin.net/

  • Sunday
    • IPv6 Tutorials
    • ARIN Registration Tutorials
  • Monday and Tuesday
    • Public Policy Meeting (Working Groups)
    • Voting for ASO AC
  • Wednesday
    • Members Meeting

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

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Questions?

October 23, 2001

Oakland, California

policy proposals1
Policy Proposals
  • 2001-1: Changing minimum SWIP size from /29 to /28
  • 2001-2: Multi-homing as justification for /24 reassignments
  • 2001-3: IPv6 micro-assignments
  • 2001-4: Modification of the IPv6 allocation policies
  • 2001-5: Micro-assignments for multi-homed sites
  • 2001-6: Single organizations with multiple aggregation points
  • 2001-7: Bulk Copies of ARIN’s WHOIS database

NANOG 23

Oakland, California

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