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Proposed Amendments to the SLA for the IANA Numbering Services
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We welcome ICANN’s decision to release the document in its entirety, in line with Workstream 2 Recommendations on ICANN Transparency.
We note that the Proposed Amendments to the SLA for the IANA Numbering Services are aimed at incorporating obligations for the administration of reverse DNS resolution services, as part of the contractual obligation under the 2016 IANA stewardship transition to enable ICANN and the five Regional Inte...
The RySG provides the following summary and key recommendations for adjustments to the Proposed Amendment:
1. Adjust the SLA for the provisioning API (4.3.2(f)d) to be more reasonable given the interface’s relative operational and economic importance; we suggest 98% as a maximum, the standard for gTLD registries which have ICANN-accredited registrars as clients and considerable economic pressure on the registry-registrar interface;...