I support this policy.
This really helps the small provider in this region for getting extra resource.
We also need to think about limit of current member who already have larger that /18 allocations? Some point of view, that would be small number but we need to ensure that small service provider gets the benefit by this policy.
Hi TomohiroAccording to our survey conducted to the APNIC community, over 70% of
the respondents expressed the needs to receive IPv4 address space,
if a separate distribution policy is defined from the final /8 policy.
Pardon me for overlooking that survey report, can you please share any pointer to this report where 70% respondents expressed the IPv4 need. Also how big the respondent sample was?
The same policy as the final /8 policy will be applied in terms of the
criteria and the size of the distribution given the requestor has
utilized a total of /22 block from 103/8.
This policy will be effective after allocation of returned IPv4 address
blocks from IANA, based on "Global policy for post exhaustion IPv4
allocation mechanisms by the IANA".As per the Global Policy "When one of the RIRs declares it has less than a total of a /9 in its inventory, the Recovered IPv4 pool will be declared active". So, what is the projected timelines of hitting less than /9 in APNIC?
Although I'm in favor of his proposal.Regards,
Aftab A. Siddiqui.
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