prop-113: Modification in the IPv4 eligibility criteria

Proposal textprop-113-v003
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Synopsis

This proposal would extend the criteria for end-site IPv4 delegation (assignments) so that an organization is eligible if it is currently multi-homed, or inter-connected with provider (ISP)-based addresses, or demonstrates a plan to advertise the prefixes within 6 months.

Current statusImplemented on 10 February 2016
AuthorAftab Siddiqui
Skeeve Stevens
Relevant forumPolicy SIG
Previous versionsprop-113-v001
prop-113-v002
Status at other RIRs

ARIN: There is no multihoming requirement.
RIPE NCC: There is no multihoming requirement.
LACNIC: Applicant can either have multihoming requirement or interconnect.
AFRINIC: There is no multihoming requirement.

Proposal history
4 February 2015Posted
to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion.
5 March 2015Version 2 posted
to the Policy
SIG mailing list for discussion.
5 March 2015Version
2 did not reach consensus at the APNIC 39 Policy
SIG meeting and was returned to the mailing list for discussion.
5 March 2015Version 3 posted
to the Policy
SIG mailing list
for discussion.
10 September 2015Version 3 reached consensus at the APNIC 40 Open Policy
Meeting
and later at the APNIC Member Meeting.
13 September 2015 – 11 October 2015

Final 4-week Comment
Period.

3 December 2015Endorsed by the APNIC EC.
8 January 2016

Editorial comment period announcement. See a marked-up version, or the draft document.

10 February 2016Implementation
announcement
.