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Re: Why does Sprint have address filters again?
> Yes, and that's for the entirely time-consuming entering your name and a > number in a database (can you say "default nextval()"). > > One has to wonder just where the authority for THAT one comes from. > > Karl Denninger (karl@MCS.Net)| MCSNet - Serving Chicagoland and Wisconsin As a general idea, I don't have a problem with having some resistor to demand for AS numbers, but $500 probably isn't much of a resistor. But clearly it can take $100 or $200 of time to evaluate a request, trace topology, and/or verify with the future upstreams the validity. Avi