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1 1 Address Council Report APNIC20 9 Sep 2005 Kenny Huang, Takashi Arano, Hyun-joon Kwon

2 2 ASO Address Council Does not represent the RIRs directly Three representatives from each RIR Region After the signature of the new MoU (Oct 21 st, 2004 - NRO) two elected and one nominated by each RIR Board The representatives are not necessarily RIR members All interested parties may participate

3 3 ASO Address Council is responsible for the organizational roles of providing recommendations to the Board of ICANN concerning the recognition of new RIRs, according to agreed requirements and policies as currently described in document [ICP-2]. defining procedures for selection of individuals to serve on other ICANN bodies, in particular on the ICANN Board, and implementing any roles assigned to the Address Council in such procedures. providing advice to the Board of ICANN on number resource allocation policy, in conjunction with the RIRs. developing procedures for conducting business in support of their responsibilities, in particular for the appointment of an Address Council Chair and definition of the Chair's responsibilities. All such procedures shall be submitted to the Executive Council of the NRO for approval.

4 4 NRO Formed by the 5 RIRs – Regional Internet Registries to formalise their co-operative Efforts – the RIRs in concert - the NRO exists to protect the unallocated Number Resource pool, promote and protect the bottom-up policy development process, and act as a focal point for Internet community input into the RIR system.

5 5 POLICY FOR ALLOCATION OF IPv4 BLOCKS TO RIRs The policy describes the procedure by which IANA will make IPv4 allocations to the Regional Internet Registries. The draft policy for IPv4 was submitted by the NRO – Number Resource Organization to the ASO Address Council. ASO Resolution has been approved by ASO in accordance with the four RIRs local policy development processes Global Addressing Policy was forwarded to ICANN Board of Directors - September 03, 2004 ICANN Board of Directors - final resolution in Mar del Plata - April 08, 2005

6 6 IPv6 GLOBAL POLICY ASO community is considering global IANA IPv6 address allocation policy. Through the Regional Internet Number Registry Public Policy Forums, the ASO community is considering global policy proposals that will govern how IANA allocates IPv6 address blocks to the RIRs. Proposals have been introduced in all of the RIR communities. The proposals are currently being discussed through RIR mailing lists, and the global IPv6 mailing list. ASO and NRO encourage all who are interested in IPv6 policy to join these discussions and to participate in the RIRs public meetings where this issue has been added to the agenda.

7 7 AFRINIC ASO and NRO are pleased to note AfriNIC's continued progress since it received ICANN recognition during the meeting in Mar del Plata/Argentina, as the fifth Regional Internet Registry (RIR) at April 8, 2005. AfriNIC II was held at April 26-27, 2005 in Maputo- Mozambique. The AC is pleased to welcome the elected AfriNIC AC members: Jean Robert Hountomey - 3 years Sylvia Geha Kezengwa - 2 years Alan Barret - 1 year (board appointed)

8 8 * RIR Board appointed member to the ASO AC AC Member Region Term FromUntil Jean Robert HountomeyAfriNICApr 200531 Dec 2008 Sylvia Geha KezengwaAfriNICApr 200531 Dec 2007 Alan Barrett*AfriNICApr 200531 Dec 2006 Hyun-joon KwonAPNICJan 200431 Dec 2006 Kenny S. Huang*APNICJan 200531 Dec 2005 Takashi AranoAPNICJan 200331 Dec 2005 Louis LeeARINJan 200431 Dec 2006 Lee Howard*ARINJan 200531 Dec 2005 Sanford GeorgeARINJan 200531 Dec 2007 Sebastian BellagambaLACNICJan 200431 Dec 2006 Hartmut Richard Glaser*LACNICJan 200531 Dec 2007 Julian DunayevichLACNICNov 200231 Dec 2005 Sabine JaumeRIPE NCCJan 200431 Dec 2006 Hans Petter HolenRIPE NCCJan 200531 Dec 2007 Wilfried Woeber*RIPE NCCJan 200331 Dec 2005 The current members of the Address Council are Francisco Obispo, LACNIC, has been elected to replace Julan Dunayevich from Jan 2006

9 9 ASO AC Administration Secretariat for 2005 is supported by LACNIC Rotate between the RIRs ARIN => 2002 APNIC => 2003 RIPE NCC => 2004 LACNIC => 2005

10 10 AC elected ICANN Board Members Board member Region Term FromUntil Raimundo Beca Latin America May 2004May 2007 Mouhamet Diop AfricaJune 2003June 2006

11 11 Meetings of the AC Bi-Monthly Telephone Conferences 2004 => Jan 21, Mar 10, May 06, July 07, Sep 01, Nov 03 2005 => Jan 05, Mar 02, May 04, July 10, July 27 Yearly => 2 Workshops MAPUTO => April 27, 2005 VANCOUVER => November, 2005 Outreach and Community input RIR policy meetings ICANN meetings

12 12 Recent Address Council Issues Responds to the ICANN Strategic Plan Document 1.- draft comments prepared by Sebastian Bellagamba, 2.- discussed by the AC - Address Council using e-mail, before the 3.- final publication WGIG - Working Group on Internet Governance 1.- advice to the ICANN Board of Directors on addressing aspects of the WGIG work (drafted by Lee Howard) 2.- appointed Lee Howard to attend WGIG meeting on behalf of the AC Input to ICANN Board and comments to ICANN Procedure to handle ASO Policy proposal 1.- ICANN posted a review procedure 2.- Louis Lee and Sebastian Bellagamba draftet the AC response to the procedure 3.- discussed at the AC workshop in Maputo, 4.- formaly approved at regular AC conference call at May 04, 2005

13 13 Ongoing Address Council Issues Advice to the ICANN Board on the New gTLD stategy Implementation Analysis of IP addressing issuess or concerns in the proposal Advice to the ICANN Board on Competitive IPv6 allocation and assignment policies Working Group created Follow the development of IPv6 Global policy: Presented at all RIR meetings The ASO Address Council shall review the process followed by the RIRs in terms of reaching a position of common agreement and a common text to describe the proposed global policy, and the Address Council shall undertake measures in accordance with an adopted procedure to assure itself that the significant viewpoints of interested parties were adequately considered.

14 14 ASO Address Council Thank You !!!

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