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Re: Routing Policy and http://rs.arin.net/ip-allocation.html
>> [snip] >> One of our dialup customers wants to access his website in the >> 126.96.36.199/24 network at another provider. >> [snip] >> Anyways, my question is, are their any other ISPs/NSPs that follow the same >> guidelines. UUNet seems to honor it just fine, as does MCI. Is Sprint >> more hardnosed than most ? That is the wrong question to ask. The real question is who has been handing out 206.116/16 like they were dealing cards? A quick look at the announcments and in whois.arin.net reveals a bunch of /24 spread out over Canada. Historically, and currently, the Canadians crowd the top of the Tony Bates cidr list. Why is that? -mark P.S. I see iSTAR has 206.116/16.... why don't they announce it?