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Re: Site Finder

  • From: E.B. Dreger
  • Date: Thu Oct 16 18:10:14 2003

KH> Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 15:23:41 -0400
KH> From: Kee Hinckley


KH> Verisign is trying to move this argument into a question of what best
KH> serves the end-user.  They are doing this because the public
KH> understands that, and because they know they can't win the question
KH> of what best serves the infrastructure providers.  We're the ones who
KH> have to pay to make changes to deal with things they break.
KH>
KH> I happen to think that the issue of serving end-users is irrelevant
KH> to the decision.  But if they want to make it, then I think it is

Good point.  I think portable, globally-routable /32s would
greatly benefit end users.  Does that mean $someone should push
for that?


Eddy (happy drawing the line at _multihomed_ /24 or so)
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