IPv4 Allocations - Is Fairness Still the Goal?
Last December, an interesting discussion took place on whether current policies and procedures for the allocation and transfer of IPv4 resources in the RIPE NCC service region are in line with the original policy intent. To lend clarity on the issue, we take a closer look at policies and procedures…
“Wonderful work Angela! Thank you”
Grazie Riccardo :)
“My email is valid but if I click on the link, I send an email to myself. The link sops at ? What can I do?”
Hi John, you can contact our support team at https://www.ripe.net/contact-form.
Hi Jordi, You're correct that this wasn't in the scope of the policy proposal/our implementation. We were only asked to check that there was a working abuse contact that could receive mail. Of course, as you say, the policy can always be improved. It's worth noting that we have the report form on our website. People can use this to alert us to incorrect information in the RIPE Database, and If a member consistently refused to maintain correct data, it could eventually be closed. Ps. An email to firstname.lastname@example.org opens a ticket - so we are reasonably confident that we would figure this out pretty quickly ;)
Yes, we are planning to make this available in the near future. We understand it will be useful for our members.
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