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On Tue, Nov 10, 1998 at 03:36:53PM -0600, Phil Howard wrote: > The other purpose, however, is used to justify address space allocation. Ok, this question just occurred to me... NACS is going to need a new /19 pretty soon. But we have 13 Class C's used for things like dialups, servers, web virtual hosts, etc. So how can we explain our need for more addresses when much of our current /19 may appear to be unused, since it isn't SWIP'd? > When I do hand out real /30's, what I have done so far is send in an "aggregate > SWIP" simply stating that the space is for /30's. At least something is on > record for it. And this may be totally satisfactory. How do we record this for /24's which we use for internal purposes? > So how would you feel if the requirement to send in SWIP data was lifted so > that only those networks allocated for resale, or otherwise have a specific > and different point of contact, need to be SWIPped? Keep in mind this would > mean that I would probably have about 4 or 5 of them, total. This is one possible solution. -- Steve Sobol [email@example.com] Part-time Support Droid [firstname.lastname@example.org] NACS Spaminator [email@example.com] Spotted on a bumper sticker: "Possum. The other white meat."