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Re: Can a Customer take their IP's with them? (Court says yes!)
On Jun 29, 2004, at 12:02 PM, Brad Passwaters wrote:
On Tue, 29 Jun 2004 11:45:40 -0400, Matthew Crocker <email@example.com> wrote:From my understanding the customer has their own IP space allocated by ARIN and has had that space for over a year. They have already had adequate time to transition to their own space. The Internet routing table should not suffer due to the laziness of one customer. I can see if NAC kicked the customer off their network the *may* have a case.
Maybe CYMRU could add the netblock to their bogon route servers with a different community. Then ISPs could choose to black hole as desired.
Black holing is a drastic step but I think decisive action needs to be taken the Internet at large to protect the routing table. I know I would *love* to gain ownership of some of my space I have from Sprint. I'm too lazy to move out of that space but I do continue to by bandwidth from Sprint (have been doing so for 10 years now). If this holds up, maybe I'll try and sue Sprint ;) *this is a joke.... I'm not that irresponsible to the 'net*