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Re: Statements against new.net?
On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 07:20:55PM -0800, Roeland Meyer wrote: > ISP specific ...works reasonably well if you want to multihome w/ BGP, but cannot honestly justify a provider-independent IP allocation as per registry guidelines, assuming some level of common sense is exercised when planning things. > CIDR swamps are not cool. Sorry I'm not an authority on what's cool in your book, but why not? > It must be portable and routable. See, I just created a market > differentiator. So, encourage the ARIN to offer micro-allocations today, and upstreams to listen to /24 (or whatever) and shorter out of this space, if and when it does become available. With the backing of MHSC, I'd imagine such a task should be effortless. > BTW, i've been getting comments that some folks are biasing > evaluations of some clients, based on the ip addrs of the client's > hosts. Oh my. I thought all one needed to be stylin' was a low AS number. Do tell, which IP blocks are prestigious, and which are not? -adam