Private Enterprise Number (PEN) practices and Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) registration considerations
draft-liang-iana-pen-06

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Abstract

Private Enterprise Numbers (PENs) are a technical protocol parameter frequently assigned for use in the management of network connected equipment or software via SNMP-based network management systems, LDAP, DIAMETER or GSS-API. This document discusses what a Private Enterprise Number (PEN) is, common uses of PENs, and registration procedures for IANA Considerations. The registration procedures include instructions and requirements for obtaining a new Private Enterprise Number, modifying existing numbers, and the removal of existing numbers.

Authors

Pearl Liang (pearl.liang@icann.org)
Alexey Melnikov (alexey.melnikov@isode.com)
David Conrad (david.conrad@icann.org)

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