[rfc-i] Comprehensive review of draft-iab-rfc-editor-model-v2-02 - IANA Considerations

Bob Hinden bob.hinden at gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 15:07:23 PDT 2011


SM,

On Jul 10, 2011, at 3:52 AM, SM wrote:

> Hi John,
> 
> I have a quick comment on the IANA Considerations.
> 
> At 20:50 09-07-2011, John C Klensin wrote:
>> (B.32) Section 5, IANA Considerations
>> 
>> In practice, it doesn't make any difference who "facilitate[s]
>> the establishment of the relationship between the RFC
>> Production Center and IANA" because that relationship is
>> working and doesn't need fixing much less "facilitating".  But,
>> if anything needs to be said here, the coordination of that
>> relationship should lie with the IAB, since it has formal
>> responsibility for both the RFC Editor and the IANA.  Were any
>> conflict to arise between the Production Center and the IANA
>> that could not be resolved informally, resolving it would
>> certainly fall to the IAB. By contrast, the IAOC, which is
>> designated as doing the facilitation in that section of this
>> document, does not appear to me to have any relationship with
>> the IANA at all: there are no contracts, no legal arrangements,
>> and no oversight.  The IETF Trust does have a limited
>> relationship with IANA, but the Trust is not mentioned in this
>> document at all.
> 
> From what I understood, the IAOC (IASA to be correct) signed the ICANN-IETF Agreement 2011 which covers the IANA SLA.  From what you said above, the IAOC does not have any contract or legal arrangement with IANA.  Could the IAOC please clarify this matter?


The IAOC did indeed sign the "ICANN-IETF MoU Supplemental Agreement" on 28 April 2011.  It can be found at:

  http://iaoc.ietf.org/documents/ICANN-IETF-Agreement-2011-Executed.pdf

The IAOC/IASA does have a agreement with ICANN/IANA.

Bob



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