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Re: IPV6 renumbering painless?
Any org viewing ASNs as a scarce resource is wasting money keeping ASNs.
Any org that financially broken will probably not continue to pay it's
bills in the long run.
I believe these are the exception and not the rule. Like I said, the
long-term answer to this is 32bit ASNs. I don't think hoarding will account
for a significant portion of the ASN space in the long run.
--On Friday, November 19, 2004 6:48 AM -0600 "J.A. Terranson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 08:28:55 +0100, Jeroen Massar <email@example.com> wrote:On Tue, 2004-11-16 at 08:18 +0100, Kurt Erik Lindqvist wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > > On 2004-11-16, at 02.24, Owen DeLong wrote: > > > ASNs issued today are subject to annual renewal. While this is a > > small charge and doesn't go up based on the number of ASNs, so, not > > 100% effective at reclaiming all unused resources, it does, at least, > > reclaim resources in use by defunct organizations that are no longer > > paying the maintenance for them.Yes, but what about the (dozens, hundreds?) of entities that are hoarding (and renewing) ASNs? These unused resources are gone forever - since they are seen as a scarce resource, they are kept artificially alive (even though the orgs know full well there is neither a use nor a justification for them). //Alif
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