Inter-RIR Transfers

LAC-2015-2-v2 LAC-2015-2-v3 Vs
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Name: David Huberman
Email: david.huberman@microsoft.com
Organization: Microsoft Corporation

Name: David Huberman
Email: david.huberman@microsoft.com
Organization: Microsoft Corporation

Resumen

Allow organizations to transfer space into LACNIC from another RIR so they can build more networks in LACNIC.

Allow organizations to transfer space into LACNIC from another RIR so they can build more networks in LACNIC.

Justificación

When an organization wants to establish or expand its internet presence in the LACNIC region, and is unable to obtain IP
v4 addresses from LACNIC, it is important that they are able to move number resources from another RIR to LACNIC and its
NIRs. Companies are presently unable to do so under LACNIC policy.
Section 2.3.2.18 prescribes the conditions under which number resources may be transferred between parties in the LACNIC
region. I suggest adding a new section to allow number resources to be transferred in to LACNIC from another RIR.

When an organization wants to establish or expand its internet presence in the LACNIC region, and is unable to obtain IP
v4 addresses from LACNIC, it is important that they are able to move number resources from another RIR to LACNIC and its
NIRs. Companies are presently unable to do so under LACNIC policy.
Section 2.3.2.18 prescribes the conditions under which number resources may be transferred between parties in the LACNIC
region. I suggest adding a new section to allow number resources to be transferred in to LACNIC from another RIR.

Texto

2.3.2.X – Transfer of IPv4 Blocks From Another RIR To a Specified Recipient in the LACNIC region.
IPv4 block transfers will be allowed from parties outside the region to an LIR or end-user in the LACNIC region.
2.3.2.X.1 – The minimum block size that may be transferred is a /24
2.3.2.X.2 - The source entity must be the current rights holder of the IPv4 address resources recognized by the RIR resp
onsible for the resources, and not be involved in any dispute as to the status of those resources.
2.3.2.X.3 - LACNIC shall maintain a publicly accessible transfer log of all IPv4 address block transfers registered befo
re LACNIC. Said log shall specify the date on which each transaction took place, the organization from which the transfe
r originated, the receiving organization, and the block that was transferred.
2.3.2.X4 - The organization from which the transfer originated shall automatically be ineligible to receive IPv4 resourc
e allocations and/or assignments from LACNIC for a period of one year as of the transaction date registered in the trans
fer log.
2.3.2.X.5 - A block that has previously been transferred may not subsequently be transferred again for a period of one y
ear as of the transaction date registered in the transfer log. The same applies to its sub-blocks, which are blocks that
group a subset of the IPv4 addresses contained in the block.
2.3.2.X.6 - The receiving organization must comply with all LACNIC policies in force.
2.3.2.X.8 - Recipients within the LACNIC region must demonstrate the need for up to a 24-month supply of IPv4 address sp
ace.

2.3.2.X – Transfer of IPv4 Blocks From Another RIR To a Specified Recipient in the LACNIC region.
IPv4 block transfers will be allowed from parties outside the region to an LIR or end-user in the LACNIC region.
2.3.2.X.1 – The minimum block size that may be transferred is a /24
2.3.2.X.2 - The source entity must be the current rights holder of the IPv4 address resources recognized by the RIR resp
onsible for the resources, and not be involved in any dispute as to the status of those resources.
2.3.2.X.3 - LACNIC shall maintain a publicly accessible transfer log of all IPv4 address block transfers registered befo
re LACNIC. Said log shall specify the date on which each transaction took place, the organization from which the transfe
r originated, the receiving organization, and the block that was transferred.
2.3.2.X.5 - A block that has previously been transferred may not subsequently be transferred again for a period of one y
ear as of the transaction date registered in the transfer log. The same applies to its sub-blocks, which are blocks that
group a subset of the IPv4 addresses contained in the block.
2.3.2.X.6 - The receiving organization must comply with all LACNIC policies in force.
2.3.2.X.8 - Recipients within the LACNIC region must demonstrate the need for up to a 12-month supply of IPv4 address sp
ace.

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