Routers in Space (was: Lightly used IP addresses)
nathan at atlasnetworks.us
Sun Aug 15 13:02:32 CDT 2010
> In other words, if the ARIN board adopts a policy that legacy
> registrants must install some of their addresses on a router on the
> moon (or perhaps some requirement that's a little less extreme) then
> failing to is cause for terminating the contract (14.b). Which revokes
> the IP addresses (14.e.i).
Why be less extreme? I would rather see moon-routers!
NANO's are encouraged to provide the datasheets for the Cisco 6509's solar-power module and wideband laser signaling SFPs.
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