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OK. How about I re-word this a bit and see how it goes: >> >I think this misses the point. ARIN doesn't require or want you to SWIP >> >your /30 and /32 allocations. A network that small just doesn't require >> >that level of public contact visibility. ...should read: "I think this misses the point. ARIN doesn't require or want you to SWIP your /30 and /32 allocations. An _address_allocation_ that small just doesn't require that level of public contact visibility." Now, can we all agree that /30's and /32's are small allocations in the grand scheme of it all and that the size or the organizations/networks that use addresses in those allocations can not be accurately determined by the size of the allocation alone? Good. ------- John Fraizer | __ _ The System Administrator | / / (_)__ __ ____ __ | The choice mailto:John.Fraizer@EnterZone.Net | / /__/ / _ \/ // /\ \/ / | of a GNU http://www.EnterZone.Net/ | /____/_/_//_/\_,_/ /_/\_\ | Generation A 486 is a terrible thing to waste...