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The IAB responds to the ITU-T SG2 on ENUM and e164 domain management, 30 August 2006

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Title: Re: ENUM and e164 domain management Submission Date: 2006-08-30 URL of the IETF Web page:″

From: Leslie Daigle(IAB) <>
To: ITU-T SG2(SG2 Counsellor <>) Cc: Gary Richenaker <> Scott Bradner <>
IAB <>
Reponse Contact: Leslie Daigle <>
Technical Contact: Purpose: In response Body: Richard, The IAB would like to thank Q.1/2 for its input and reiterate our commitment to coordinate with ITU-T TSB if there are material changes planned that would affect . For ourselves, we anticipate better coordination with ICANN in the future, with respect to changes affecting .arpa (see our correspondance to ICANN, from December 2005 [1]). For your interest, we have also enquired as to the state of deployment of DNSSEC on .arpa zone (see [2]). For we are about to send a similar enquiry to the RIPE NCC. We remain happy to hear any comment Q.1/2 might have on these or other topics. Best regards, Leslie. Leslie Daigle Chair, IAB. [1]

——– Original Message ——–
> Subject: New Liaison Statement, “ENUM and e164 domain management”
> Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 06:03:36 -0400 > From: Richard Hill “(ITU-T SG 2)” <>
> Reply-To: SG2 Counsellor <>
> To: IAB Chair <>
> CC: SG2 Counsellor <>, > Gary Richenaker <>
> Title: ENUM and e164 domain management
> Submission Date: 2006-05-17
> URL of the IETF Web page:
> Please reply by 2007-01-15 >
> From: Richard Hill(ITU-T SG 2) <>
> To: IAB(IAB Chair <>)
> Cc:
> Reponse Contact: SG2 Counsellor <>
> Technical Contact: Gary Richenaker <>
> Purpose: For action
> Body: As you are aware, the issue of ENUM and the e164 domain
> management are of extreme importance to our membership and Q.1/2
> wants to express its appreciation for the liaison regarding the
> update to the contact information in WHOIS for
> Q.1/2 wants to point out that we were made aware of the proposed
> settlement agreement between ICANN and Verisign involving the
> management of .arpa TLD from the ICANN website. We understand that
> active negotiations are underway between the contracting parties,
> but SG2 would like to be kept abreast of activities that deal with
> the management of .arpa domain following a more formal liaison
> notification process.
> We want to thank you for your consideration in this matter and look
> forward to our continued cooperation.