ARIN 35 Public Policy Meeting, Day 2 Notes - Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Table of Contents

Opening Announcements

Speaker: John Curran, ARIN President and CEO
Transcript

Highlights:

  • Sponsor acknowledgement
  • Overview of meeting rules
  • Discussion moderator: Paul Andersen, Vice Chair, ARIN Board of Trustees
  • Overview of Agenda and Meeting Materials

Attendees present in session room: approximately 120

Remote participants present: approximately ten

Unique webcast views: 330

NRO Activities Report

Speaker: Axel Pawlik, Managing Director, RIPE NCC
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • Overview of the Number Resource Organization (NRO) and its responsibilities
  • 2015 members of the NRO Executive Committee, Secretariat, and coordination groups
  • Overview of NRO financial expenses
  • Address Supporting Oranzation Overview
  • Internet Governance Forum Update

There were no comments or questions from the floor following this presentation.

NRO NC Report

Speaker: Louie Lee, NRO NC
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • Address Supporting Organization ¬†Address Council (ASO AC) overview
  • ASO AC members
  • Recent ASO AC activities
  • Global policy management overview
  • Global policy development overview
  • ICANN Board Selections
  • ICANN Participation (ICANN 51 and 52)

There were no comments or questions from the floor following this presentation.

Recommended Draft Policy ARIN-2014-22: Removal of Minimum in Section 4.10

Introduction: John Curran, ARIN President and CEO
Speaker: Heather Schiller, ARIN Advisory Council
Introduction: PDF
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Introduction Highlights:

  • Recommended Draft Policy history
    • Advisory Council Shepherds: Heather Schiller, Rob Seastrom
    • Formal introduction on PPML on 25 November 2014 (ARIN-prop-214)
    • Draft Policy - 25 November 2014
    • Recommended Draft Policy - 24 March 2015
    • This Recommended Draft Policy was discussed at the ARIN PPC at NANOG 63
  • Review of the staff and legal assessment

AC Presentation Highlights:

  • Policy text
    • Problem statement
    • Policy statement

Discussion transcript

Highlights:

  • Sustainability of the dedicated allocation for IPv6 deployment
  • History of the allocation/pool sizes suggested for IPv6 deployment earlier in the draft policy's history
  • Potential prematurity of the Recommended Draft Policy may be premature in nature

Straw poll of attendees and remote participants for/against the Recommended Draft Policy (submitted to the Advisory Council for use in its deliberations):

  • Total attendees/remote participants: 111
  • In favor: 14
  • Against: 14

Recommended Draft Policy ARIN-2014-1: Out of Region Use

Introduction: John Curran, ARIN President and CEO
Speaker: Milton Mueller, ARIN Advisory Council
Presentation: PDF
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Staff Introduction Highlights:

  • Recommended Draft Policy history
    • Advisory Council shepherds: John Springer, Andrew Dul
    • Formal introduction on PPML on 16 May 2014 (ARIN-prop-204)
    • Draft Policy - 16 May 2014
    • Staff assessment - 29 September 2014
    • Revised - 24 February 2015
    • This Recommended Draft Policy was discussed at the ARIN PPC at NANOG 61, the ARIN PPC at NANOG 62, ARIN 34, and the ARIN PPC at NANOG 63
  • Review of the staff and legal assessment

AC Presentation Highlights:

  • Summary
  • Problem statement
  • Staff and legal review
  • ICP-2 overview
  • Out of region use and IPv4 scarcity

Discussion transcript

Highlights:

  • The protection of ARIN Region interests via dedicated IPv4 space
  • Applicability of current transfer policies should 2014-1 be adopted
  • Application of 2014-1 to IPv6 and Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs)
  • Additional allocation justification and routing location vs where addresses are used
  • Request that a percentage of the original allocation requested be required to be used in the ARIN region
  • ARIN's legal concerns with the potential implementation of 2014-1
  • The Recommended Draft Policy discussion's focus on fraud risks

Straw poll of attendees and remote participants for/against the Recommended Draft Policy (submitted to the Advisory Council for use in its deliberations):

  • Total attendees/remote participants: 118
  • In favor: 17
  • Against: 11

Transfer Experience Panel

Moderator: John Curran, ARIN President and CEO
Speakers:

  • Sandra Brown, IPv4 Market Group
  • Jack Hazan, Hilco Streambank
  • David Huberman, Microsoft
  • Marc Lindsay, Avenue4
  • Elvis Daniel Velea, V4Escrow

Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • IPv4 purchase process overview
  • Buyer due diligence
  • Negotiation points
  • Importance of pre-approvals as part of the IPv4 market process
  • Legal difficulties and implications of IPv4 as assets in transactions on the IPv4 transfer market

Discussion transcript

Highlights:

  • Publishing of recent transaction financial data on IPv4 broker websites
  • Larger price points per IP address on smaller blocks
  • Removal of restrictions for small allocations to lower barrier of entry into the IPv4 transfer market
  • Exclusivity of contracts between IPv4 brokers and sellers
  • Handling disputes that occur when multiple representatives of the same organization claim authority over IPv4 space
  • Methods of determining who has authority as a seller
  • The early emergence of the IPv4 transfer market
  • Average timeframes for IPv4 transfers on the market
  • Dealing with assets (IP addresses) for which there is no authoritative entity

Draft Policy ARIN-2014-14: Needs Attestation for some IPv4 Transfers

Speaker: John Springer, ARIN Advisory Council
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

AC Presentation Highlights:

  • Draft Policy History
    • Advisory Council shepherds: Milton Mueller, Tina Morris
    • Formal introduction on PPML on 29 January 2014 (ARIN-prop-192)
    • Draft Policy - 29 January 2014
    • Revised - 28 March 2014
    • Revised with staff assessment - 19 September 2014
    • Revised - 21 October 2014
    • Recommended Draft Policy - 24 December 2014
    • AC reaffirmed as Recommended Draft Policy - 24 March 2014
    • Revised legal assessment - 9 April 2015
    • This Draft Policy was discussed at the ARIN PPC At NANOG 60, ARIN 33, the ARIN PPC at NANOG 61, the ARIN PPC at NANOG 62, ARIN 34, and the ARIN PPC at NANOG 63
  • Review of the staff and legal assessment

Discussion transcript

Highlights:

  • Application of this draft policy for outbound 8.4 transfers
  • Current policy as it pertains to small networks and transfers
  • The required number of sites for an end user to conduct a transfer
  • Potential for circumnavigating needs basis in terms of efficient utilization
  • Minimum and maximum transfer sizes involved in the Draft Policy

Straw poll of attendees and remote participants for/against the AC continuing work on the Draft Policy (submitted to the Advisory Council for use in its deliberations):

  • Total attendees/remote participants: 105
  • In favor: 3
  • Against: 14

Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP)

Speaker: Andy Newton, ARIN Chief Engineer
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • WHOIS(Port 43) background
  • REStful Whois services
  • ICANN/IETF Involvement
  • RDAP development
  • IETF Standard
  • RDAP vs Whois-RWS
  • Examples (JSON, NicInfo, web)
  • Bootstrapping
  • Tiered access and authentication
  • Current status
  • URLS for more information
  • Software examples

Discussion transcript

Highlights:

  • Sunsetting Whois-RWS at ARIN
  • RDAP applicability to rwhois
  • RESTful Whois query traffic and server loads
  • IANA preparation for RDAP implementation

Global Reports: RIPE NCC

Speaker: Axel Pawlik, Managing Director, RIPE NCC
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • Membership growth
  • Regional expansion
  • IPv4 status
  • IPv6 status
  • RPKI and other technical services update
  • RIPE NCC Academy
  • Recent member consultation
  • Website redesign
  • RIPE policy highlights
  • IANA stewardship transition
  • Outreach update

There were no comments or questions from the floor following this presentation.

Global Reports: LACNIC

Speaker: Gianina Pensky, Internet Number Resources Analyst and Policy Officer, LACNIC
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • LACNIC overview
  • Membership growth
  • Resource update
  • Phase 2 of IPv4 runout
  • Modeling IPv4 exhaustion
  • IPv4 and IPv6 allocations per month
  • IPv4 and IPv6 assignments per month
  • Policy update
  • Recent workshops

There were no comments or questions from the floor following this presentation.

Global Reports: APNIC

Speaker: Paul Wilson, Director General, APNIC
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • APNIC vision
  • IPv4, IPv6, and Autonomous System Number (ASN) statistics
  • APNIC membership update
  • NIR sub-accounts update
  • 2015 activity plan and budget
  • Policy development update
  • CONFER: Consensus tool
  • Training and outreach update
  • RPKI and other technical service Initiatives
  • Global cooperation
  • 2014 engagement map
  • blog.apnic.net and communications

There were no comments or questions from the floor following this presentation.

Global Reports: AFRINIC

Speaker: Madhvi Gokool, Registration Services Manager, AFRINIC
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • AFRINIC at a glance
  • Global infrastructure overview
  • Global and regional engagement
  • Current projects and initiatives
  • Recent policies
  • Election Results
  • Outreach and sponsorship update

There were no comments or questions from the floor following this presentation.

Global Reports: IANA

Speaker: Naela Sarras, IANA Services Manager, ICANN
Presentation: PDF
Transcript

Highlights:

  • IPv4 Allocation update
  • The March 2015 allocation
  • RDAP implementation
  • Recent service organization control audits
  • Performance reports
  • Allocation of Internet Numbering Resources
  • Protocol parameters
  • Root Zone management

Discussion transcript

Highlights:

  • Praise for the IANA Twitter feed

Open Microphone

Moderator: Paul Andersen, Vice Chair, ARIN Board of Trustees
Transcript

Highlights:

  • Request for a panel of small ISP representatives to be convened at a future meeting
  • ARIN's RPKI Relying Party Agreement (RPA)
  • Returned space to ARIN and the potential to return space to IANA
  • Potential policy changes to address out of region resource usage
  • RIR participation in DNS OARC

Closing Announcements and Adjournment

Speaker: John Curran, ARIN President and CEO
Transcript

Highlights: