Daniel.Karrenberg at ripe.net
Mon Aug 19 07:22:23 UTC 1996
> Curtis Villamizar <curtis at ans.net> writes:
> In message <199608170146.SAA20928 at lint.cisco.com>, Paul Ferguson writes:
> > In fact, the <draft-hubbard-registry-guidelines-05.txt> draft indicates
> > that this is one of the few acceptable instances when allocation can be
> > done by one of the various registries and not by (one of) the upstream
> > service provider(s). ...
> draft-hubbard-registry-guidelines-05.txt is wrong on this one.
Just for the record: I is one of the few acceptable instances and certainly
does not represent common practise, to the contrary! All regional IRs
recommend using address space from one of the providers.
> If the route comes from one of the providers CIDR blocks, the other
> more specific route can be ignored farther away in the topology. If
> it is a provider independent address it can't be dropped without
> losing connectivity to it.
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