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  1. Broadband Guideline 2002.3.6 Takashi Arano APNIC WG-BB Chair

  2. History • 2000.3: KRNIC raised an issue • 2000.10: Consensus reached for the necessity of a guideline. WG-BB was created. • 2001.3: Some basic points were agreed • 2001.5: WG in off-line meeting drafted a proposal • http://www.apnic.net/meetings/12/docs/cable.html • 2001.8: The WG draft was discussed and accepted generally except some points • 2002.3: Bangkok meeting today… • Already TWO years passed!

  3. Remaining Points at the Taipei meeting • 1) customer list • Draft: APNIC/NIR may require applicants to submit a customer list • Argument: It may not be always a good thing to force the applicants to submit this kind of list because of information security. • 2) assignment justification • Draft: 1:1 static is OK. If you need more, you should justify fully as we usually do. • Argument: It is too restrictive because now many household have more than one PCs. • 3) registration threshold • Draft: You should register for assignment shorter than /30. For /30 or longer, it is optional. • Argument: /30 is too small. Why not /28

  4. Discussion summarized in WG (I) • 1) customer list • Some people strongly disagree with submission obligation. • On the other hand, registries need more clear evidence to justify the number the applicant submits. • WG suggestion • APNIC/NIR may require applicants to submit a customer list or something equivalent to demonstrate the applicant has used the addresses.

  5. Discussion summarized in WG (II) • 2) assignment justification • It is difficult to summarize this. Many people have pointed out there are more than one PC in one household these days • but this seems not give enough reasons to skip justification for /29 or something. • WG suggestion: • Let's keep the original proposal and make the guideline ASAP. • Original: 1:1 static is OK. If you need more, you should justify fully as we usually do. • In parallel, we should continue to discuss this issue.

  6. Discussion summarized in WG (III) • 3) registration criteria • Although a proposal to change /29 to /28 was raised at Taipei meeting, no more opinions seem to follow this. • WG suggestion: • /29 should be the threshold, i.e. assignment to network should be registered, as the original proposal mentioned.

  7. Two proposals come after the Taipei meeting • Both are from Japanese community (i.e. JPNIC Open Policy Meeting) • Maemura-san will present their idea thereafter.

  8. Discussion Points • Remaining issues • Issues from JP as an additional proposals • We need such guideline ASAP, even if it is not perfect. (Chair’s suggestion)