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Using unallocated address space
On Mon, 12 February 2001, John Fraizer wrote: > Any time a network is caught announcing non-allocated address space, the > registry should bill them accordingly. If they refuse to pay, the > registry should yank their ASN. That would be strong encouragement to do > the right thing. Other than making it difficult for people to figure out WHOIS using that ASN, "yanking" an ASN's registration has little practical effect. You can use an un-allocated ASN almost as easily as using an un-allocated address block.