prop-066: Ensuring efficient use of historical IPv4 resources
|Synopsis||This is a proposal to include all historical address allocations when assessing a network's eligibility for more IPv4 addresses.|
|Current status||Implemented on 16 February 2009.|
|Authors||Brenda D. Tarimel, Philip Smith, James Spenceley|
|Relevant forum||Policy SIG|
|Status at other RIRs||N/A|
|22 July 2008||Version 1 submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.|
|29 July 2008||
Version 2 submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion:
Section in proposal documenting status in other RIRs has been updated in this version.
|22 August 2008||
Version 3 submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion:
The definition of historical resources has been clarified in this version.
|28 August 2008||Reached consensus at APNIC 26 Policy SIG in Christchurch, New Zealand.|
|29 August 2008||
Version 4 submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list.
Version 4 contains a clarified description of the proposal's intent in sections 1 and 4 following discussion at the APNIC 26 Policy SIG. The proposal itself remains unchanged.
|29 August – 24 October 2008||Eight-week call for final comments.|
|20 November 2008||Endorsed by APNIC Executive Council (EC)|
|12 January – 9 February 2009||Draft policy documents available for comments. See:|
|16 February 2009||Implemented|