ID Allocation Procedure

Means the document of that name developed and maintained in accordance with Section B2.2 (ID Allocation Procedure).

The Panel shall develop and maintain a document to be known as the “ID Allocation Procedure”, which
shall:
(a) make provision for the Panel to establish and issue Party and RDP Signifiers, each of which must be
unique under this Code but which need not be EUI-64 Compliant;
(b) make provision for the Panel to establish EUI-64 Compliant identifiers by the concatenation of:
(i) the assigned value of an MA-S Registry Entry obtained by it; and
(ii) a unique extension identifier created by it;
(c) describe the numbering convention to be used by the Panel for the purpose of creating those
unique extension identifiers;
(d) set out the application procedure to be followed by any Party which wishes to be issued with an
EUI-64 Compliant identifier for use as a User ID or DCC ID, or by any RDP which wishes to be issued
with an EUI-64 Compliant identifier for use as an RDP ID; and
(e) set out the procedure to be followed by the Panel in issuing an EUI-64 Compliant identifier to any
Party or RDP for such purposes.

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