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APNIC Document identity APNIC Document identity
Title: Policies for IPv4 address space management in the Asia Title: Policies for IPv4 address space management in the Asia
Pacific region Pacific region
Short title: add-manage-policy Short title: add-manage-policy
Document ref: APNIC-124 Document ref: APNIC-124
Version: 001 Version: 002
Date of original publication: 9 May 2011 Date of original publication: 9 May 2011
Date of this version: 9 May 2011 Date of this version: 27 May 2014
Review scheduled: n/a Review scheduled: n/a
Obsoletes: n/a Obsoletes: apnic-124v001
Status: Obsolete Status: Obsolete
Comments: n/a Comments: Obsoleted by apnic-127
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Table of contents Table of contents
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1. Introduction 1. Introduction
2. Scope 2. Scope
3. Delegations from the APNIC IPv4 address pool 3. Delegations from the APNIC IPv4 address pool
3.1. Criteria for initial LIR delegation 3.1. Criteria for initial LIR delegation
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To receive a delegation they must meet the criteria specified in To receive a delegation they must meet the criteria specified in
one of the following sections of this policy document: one of the following sections of this policy document:
3.1 Criteria for initial LIR delegation 3.1 Criteria for initial LIR delegation
3.2 Criteria for subsequent LIR delegations 3.2 Criteria for subsequent LIR delegations
3.3 Criteria for small multihoming delegations 3.3 Criteria for small multihoming delegations
3.4 Criteria for Internet Exchange Points 3.4 Criteria for Internet Exchange Points
3.5 Criteria for critical infrastructure 3.5 Criteria for critical infrastructure
Following the additional delegation of IPv4 address space to
APNIC from the ‘IANA Recovered IPv4 Pool’ as the result of the
“Global policy for post exhaustion IPv4 allocation mechanisms by
the IANA“, from 27 May 2014, each APNIC account holder will
become eligible to request and receive additional delegations up
to a maximum of /22 address space from an APNIC non-103/8 IPv4
address pool. To receive a delegation they must meet one of the
above criteria as specified in this policy document.
If subsequent allocations from the IANA plus returns from APNIC
account holders prove sufficient to extend this to additional
rounds, subsequent delegations will be made under the same
criteria.
3.1. Criteria for initial LIR delegation 3.1. Criteria for initial LIR delegation
To be eligible, an LIR must: To be eligible, an LIR must:
– Have used a /24 from their upstream provider or – Have used a /24 from their upstream provider or
demonstrate an immediate need for a /24, demonstrate an immediate need for a /24,
– Have complied with applicable policies in managing all – Have complied with applicable policies in managing all
address space previously delegated to it (including address space previously delegated to it (including
historical delegations), and historical delegations), and
– Demonstrate a detailed plan for use of a /23 within a – Demonstrate a detailed plan for use of a /23 within a
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