prop-116: Prohibit to transfer IPv4 addresses in the final /8 block

Proposal textprop-116-v006
SynopsisThis proposal helps to ensure the distribution of the ‘Final /8’ (103/8) block is consistent with its original purpose, for distribution for new entrants to the industry.
Current statusImplemented on 20 November 2017
AuthorTomohiro Fujisaki
Relevant forumPolicy SIG
Previous versions

prop-116-v005
prop-116-v004
prop-116-v003
prop-116-v002
prop-116-v001

Status at other RIRsN/A
Proposal history
5 September 2016Version 1 posted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion and community development.
26 September 2016Version 2 be posted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion and community development.
5 October 2016Did not reach consensus at the APNIC 42 Policy SIG and was returned to the author for further consideration.
29 January 2017Version 3 posted to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion and community development.
1 March 2017Version 3 of the proposal did not reach consensus at the APNIC 43 Open Policy Meeting.
6 March 2017Version 3 returned to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion and community development.
8 August 2017Version 4 sent to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion and community development.
11 September 2017Version 5 to be sent to the Policy SIG mailing list for discussion and community development.
13 September 2017Following revision during the APNIC 44 Policy SIG meeting, Version 6 (prop-116-v006) of this proposal reached consensus.
14 September 2017Version 6 of the proposal reached consensus at the APNIC 44 AMM.
18 September 2017Start of Comment Period announcement.
30 October 2017End of Comment Period announcement.
20 November 2017Implementation announcement and notice of editorial comment period.
20 December 2017End of editorial comment period. Policy published as apnic-127-v005.txt