Marco Schmidt is the RIPE NCC’s Policy Development Officer. In this role, he supports and drives the RIPE (community) Policy Development Processes (PDP), both externally and internally. He also supports the implementation of accepted policies into RIPE NCC procedures and workflow.
Marco initially joined the RIPE NCC as an IP Resource Analyst (IPRA) for the Registration Services department, where he worked for five years. Within that role, he gained valuable experience in evaluating IPv4, IPv6 and Autonomous System Number requests while providing support to the RIPE NCC membership.
It was about one year ago that the RIPE community reached consensus on a policy proposal that introduced additional criteria for initial IPv6 allocations. We thought it was time to look back at the origins of this proposal and see how the change has worked out since.
When re-designing www.ripe.net, we paid extra attention to how we can improve the interface for the Policy Development Process (PDP). This open and transparent process determines RIPE Policies, which govern the distribution and use of nearly all Internet resources in the RIPE NCC service region. Ou…
Country codes in the RIPE Database serve a purely operational purpose. Nevertheless, questions can arise when defining which country code to use or what the code means. Let’s look into how country codes are maintained in the Database.
We have implemented a temporary feature for any members and other resource holders concerned that they might be forced to transfer their IP addresses to another party due to threats or coercion. This article explains how this feature works, what it does and does not prevent, and who can activate it.
Hello ExSiXXsuser, Neither the RIPE IPv6 policies in the early 2000 nor the current IPv6 policy contain a specific recommendation or mandate for LIRs to assign static prefixes to customers. The current IPv6 policy mentions the minimum value of a /64 but makes no comments about static or dynamic assignments. https://www.ripe.net/publications/docs/ripe-684#assignment You might be interested to know that currently the RIPE BCOP TF is working on a document that seems to deal with situation like yours http://www.internetsociety.org/deploy360/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/draft-IPv6pd-BCOP-v1.pdf Maybe you are interested to join that discussion? Marco Schmidt Policy Development Officer RIPE NCC
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