This is a global policy proposal governing the allocation of reclaimed IPv4 address space from the IANA to the Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) after the IANA's existing free pool of unallocated IPv4 addresses space is depleted.
This proposal was developed by a team consisting of persons from each of the 5 RIRs:
|Relevant forum||Policy SIG|
|Status at other RIRs|
This proposal has been submitted in all RIR regions with a view to becoming a global policy.
|23 January 2009|
Version 1 submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.
3 February 2009
| Version 2 submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.|
|26 February 2009|
Consensus reached at APNIC 27 in Manila, Philippines. Suggestions to incorporate in updated version of proposal to go to final call:
|6 March 2009|
Version 3, which incorporates the suggestions from the APNIC 27 Policy SIG, submitted to Policy SIG mailing list.
|6 March 2009 – 1 May 2009|
Version 3 in eight-week final call for comment period.
|21 May 2009||Endorsed by APNIC EC.|
|31 August 2011|
|1 September 2011|
|6 September 2011|
Resolution to abandon Prop-069 was sent to the Policy SIG mailing list for a final 8-week comment period.
|1 November 2011|
End of comment period announcement sent to Policy SIG mailing list.
|3 November 2011|
APNIC Executive Council acknowledges that prop-069, "Global policy proposal for the allocation of IPv4 blocks to Regional Internet Registries" is superseded by prop-097, "Global Policy for post exhaustion IPv4 allocation mechanisms by the IANA" and that this proposal should be abandoned.