|Proposal text||prop-072-v001 (3.1 KB)|
|Synopsis||This policy proposal seeks to supplement prop-050, "IPv4 address transfers", by not permitting organisations who have transferred IPv4 address from obtaining more address space from APNIC for a period of 24 months after the transfer.|
|Current status||Withdrawn by author.|
|Relevant forum||Policy SIG|
|Status at other RIRs|
RIPE: The transfer policy proposal implemented by RIPE places no limits on any organisation transferring address space to a third party from going back to the RIPE NCC for further IPv4 address space.
ARIN: Section 8.2 of the transfer policy notes that transfers of address space between organisations are only considered if the originating organisation has made a complete transfer of assets to the recipient (such as a liquidation of the originating organisation).
LACNIC is currently discussing the proposal, LAC-2009-04 Transfer of IPv4 Blocks within the LACNIC Region.
AfriNIC has no transfer policy.
|10 March 2009||Submitted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.|
|1 June 2009||Withdrawn by author.|