NANOG/IEPG/ISOC's current role
pferguso at cisco.com
Thu Apr 4 14:45:28 UTC 1996
Well, some folks at ISI have already been involved in a project similar
to this, contacting folks who have been allocated bits-n-pieces of *the*
TWD, 192/8. Suzanne Woolf gave a presentation at LA/IETF on the progress
of 192/8 address reclamation, complete with precentages of 192/8 users
who were willing to give up the allocation, users who were unwilling to
give up the allocation, and so forth. I thought that she was going to
put this data up on the web at ISI, but I couldn't find it this morning
when I looked there.
In any event, I'm not sure this is a valid project for PIER. Its really
within our scope of work or within our charter.
At 12:38 AM 4/4/96 -0800, Craig A. Huegen wrote:
>I would recommend that the PIER group work with providers on this; PIER
>would be a great organization to take the huge ACTIVE table of /24's and
>mail the listed contacts for the network to offer tools, easier renumbering
>methods, etc., to minimize impact to the network's customers. Once
>all the mails are sent out and a semi-generous grace period is set, PIER
>should recommend a date providers should stop listening to /24 announcements.
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