Presentation on theme: "APNIC Policy SIG1 4 th APNIC Address Policy SIG Report August 31, 2001 Takashi Arano Address Policy SIG Chair."— Presentation transcript:
APNIC Policy SIG1 4 th APNIC Address Policy SIG Report August 31, 2001 Takashi Arano Address Policy SIG Chair
APNIC Policy SIG2 History 1 st SIG:Korea, Mar. 2000 Net 61 allocation Minimum allocation size from /19 to /20 Handling personal information on the APNIC DB 2 nd SIG:Brisbane, Oct. 2000 IPv6 /48 fixed assignment policy CATV/xDSL WG forming Assignment to GPRS 3 rd SIG: KL, Mar. 2001 PA allocation/PI assignment policy (cont.) Cable/xDSL guideline WG (cont.)
APNIC Policy SIG3 Agenda (IPv4) Cable/xDSL policies and guidelines WG proposal: Seung-Min Lee (I-Names) TW s input: Yi Lee (Seednet) Allocation criteria and size PA allocation/PI assignment: Anne Lord (APNIC) Lowering minimum allocation size: John Sihar Simanjuntak (APJII) Micro Assignment Small multi-homing assignment: Anne Lord Policy for IX points: Phillip Smith (Cisco) Policy for GPRS mobile terminals Kim Fulbrook (BT Cellnet)
APNIC Policy SIG4 Agenda (joint IPv6 SIG) Technology and policy development Mirjam Kuehne (RIPE/NCC) & Randy Bush (AT&T) New IPv6 policy proposals Takashi Arano (JPNIC/Asia Global Crossing) Paul Wilson (APNIC) Fu-Kuei Chung (TWNIC) Analysis of IAB/IESG recommendation Bill Manning (ISI) Extension of the bootstrap period Policy for IX points Anne Lord (APNIC)
APNIC Policy SIG5 Cable/xDSL guideline the discussion result of the WG and experiences from TWNIC were introduced Seehttp://www.apnic.net/meetings/12/doc s/cable.html for detailshttp://www.apnic.net/meetings/12/doc s/cable.html General consensus except submission of customer lists and full justification for assignments of more than /30s
APNIC Policy SIG6 Allocation criteria and size PA allocation/PI assignment Portable address (min. allocation /20) with justification of /22, regardless of allocation/assignment Consensus reached Lowering minimum allocation size on special cases, proposed by APJIIC Cases needs to be clarified more
APNIC Policy SIG7 Micro Assignment Small multi-homing assignment Reached consensus Policy for IX points Reached consensus for IX points, but not essential infrastructures
APNIC Policy SIG8 New IPv6 policy proposals Two separate proposals of policy principles were presented and later merged. Merged one got consensus. See the next page for merged proposal Some numbers and full documentation of the proposal will continue to be discussed in the mailing list. Recommended that this proposal be presented to the other RIR communities
APNIC Policy SIG9 Outlines of Merged IPv6 Proposal Initial Allocation justfication of /36 provides minimum allocation of /32 S 0 =Shorter(eval(IPv4infra), /32) Subsequent Allocation HD Ratio = 0.80-0.85, S n = shorter(S n-1 -1, eval2(2-year-req)) LIR-to-ISP up to LIR, but LIR should count all /48. Assignment Registries must not concern which size LIRs/ISPs assign to end-users, /48, /64 or /128. Definition of site : ISP connection basis Assignment to infrastructure: /48 per a PoP DB registration All /48 must be registered. Privacy concerns must be solved.
APNIC Policy SIG10 Extension of the bootstrap period Consensus reached, which is to extend the bootstrap period until the new policy is implemented on the understanding that the next policy takes account of bootstrapping needs.
APNIC Policy SIG11 Policy for IX points Policy amended so that /64 is assigned to an IX point. Amended policy accepted by the participants
APNIC Policy SIG12 Observations and Suggestions by Chair People from more various countries presented Thank you for your contributions! Obviously more time slots needed It was proved that WG works. Any topics for new WGs?
APNIC Policy SIG13 Thank you ! See you at Next APNIC Open Policy Meeting Any Question and Comments are welcome. Please Send e-mail to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org