Draft Policy ARIN-2020-7

4.4 gTLD micro-allocation clarification

Status: Under Discussion
Shepherds: Alicia Trotman, Joe Provo

Current Text (14 July 2020)

Problem Statement:

As stated in NRPM section 4.4: Micro-allocation

ICANN-sanctioned gTLD operators may justify up to the equivalent of an IPv4 /23 block for each authorized new gTLD, allocated from the free pool or received via transfer, but not from the above reservation.

The term “new gTLD” is confusing and refers to all gTLD’s that have been created since June of 2012.

Policy statement:

ICANN-sanctioned gTLD operators may justify up to the equivalent of an IPv4 /23 block for each authorized gTLD, allocated from the free pool or received via transfer, but not from the above reservation.

Comments:

This proposal stems from a suggestion in the January, 2019 Policy Experience Report.

Timetable for implementation: Immediate

History and Earlier Versions

History
Action Date
Proposal 3 June 2020
Draft Policy 23 June 2020
Revised 14 July 2020

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