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Re: New IPv4 Allocation to ARIN
Not to rain on your parade, but, how do you know 71 will go to ARIN and not to RIPE, APNIC, or LACNIC or AfriNIC? Owen --On Monday, January 19, 2004 9:27 -0800 email@example.com wrote:
It has been known for quite some time that next block to be allocated to ARIN is 70/8 (and next one will be 71/8). It might have been nice if ARIN were to run projections and inform community that by its projections it will be requesting new /8 ip block in say 2 month time. On Mon, 19 Jan 2004, Daniel Karrenberg wrote:On 16.01 13:13, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > ... > Alternatively, the RIRs might consider doing this sort of thing before > allocating IPs from new blocks. I know it's not their job to make sure > IPs are routable (especially not on every remote network), but as > holders of all the IPs, they are in the best position to setup such > test sites that would expose problems before they're dumped on > members. Personally I agree with you and I will argue accordingly in the relevant places. Cooperation with the bogon project seems logical too. Daniel
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