arin ip request info

Daniel Golding dgold at FDFNet.Net
Tue May 13 19:42:59 UTC 2003


Other things:

You have undoubtedly SWIPed all of your space, or can account for it. If
not, do it now. Also, be prepared for ARIN to ask you for the
justification for some of that SWIPed space. They are usually pretty
reasonable if you have really used a /21 and need more space. If this is a
pie in the sky or "design" proposal, be prepared to produce some legal
documentation, not just a visio or two. ARIN is quite speedy, if you have
done your homework. Also, do not be afraid to call. It won't hurt your
chances, and they are quite open on the phone.

- Dan

On Fri, 9 May 2003, Jeff Nelson wrote:

>
> I don't have one I can show you, but a couple words:
> The first one is definitely the hardest justification
>
> Make sure you've already got your POCs for your ORG-ID, and you use those for the NET-ISP
> (if you don't there is another template you must fill out: ORG-detail)
>
> If you aren't listing a bunch of SWIPs or a ton of URLs you host, you had better give a good description of your business model--and be prepared to answer questions (each with a 2-3 day turn around).
>
> If you're getting your first /20 portable, you must state that will begin migrating your existing /21 (s) back to the ISP in a "timely" manner.
>
> If you really get stuck, or you don't fully understand their reply questions, give them a call; they're tough on granting, but they are there to help.
>
> gl,
> jeff
>
>
> Steve Rude(steve at skyriver.net)@03/05/09 12:26:
> >
> > Can someone please send me a copy of your arin request for additional IP
> > space?  We have filled our initial ISP allocation, and we want to follow
> > the proper procedure for the least delay.  I figure if I see someone's
> > request that has successfully requested more space, then I will have the
> > least delays in the allocation process.
> >
> > Also, no, I don't want to buy your /16, go away. :)
> >
> > TIA.
> >
> > Steve Rude
> >
>
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