Are there any comments on this proposal?
No additional comments are received.
Those in favor of implementing this policy.
Consensus in favor of the audience. No votes against.
The following proposal will be sent to the policy mailing list for a final comments period of 45 days before being sent to LACNIC's Board of Directors for its ratification.
To reduce the minimum IPv4 address allocation for Internet Service Providers from a /20 to a /21 (8 C-Classes).
This /21 allocation would be an alternative policy to the current policy, already established for the /20, which would remain unmodified. That is to say, an ISP may, according to its particular needs, opt for the current policy or apply for a /21 under the following criteria.
Prove usage or immediate necessity of a /23.
Provide a detailed one-year usage plan for a /22
Agree to renumber previously allocated space and return those IP addresses to their ISPs no later than 12 months after the allocation of the /21
This proposal does not distinguish between multihomed ISPs and non-multihomed ISPs.