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Re: How big a network is routed these days?
I mean, I can see the reason for smaller allocations where an LIR routes and aggregates both but these are rare and probably legacy examples.
Changing the allocation policy such that a /24 minimum exists for PI would be a good thing IMHO, forcing people to either apply for portions of PA space from LIRs (and having LIRs do what they should be doing)
or lie through their teeth to get a /24 (but then not try and wonder why anything smaller is not routed correctly)
Of course I'm probably opening the proverbial can of worms about who should or shouldn't apply and how they do, but I do find the possibility of obtaining a sub /24 PI allocation a little odd in this day and age.
Justin M. Streiner wrote: