Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations

George Herbert gherbert at crl.com
Thu Feb 1 19:17:16 UTC 1996


>    It only gets really touchy if few of the backbones touch down in the area.
>
>Unfortunately, this is exactly the case in which geographic addressing doesn't
>work so well any more, and we have no way to mandate that backbones touch down.

Name a backbone which doesn't come into the San Francisco Bay Area.
This is the area I want to try the idea out in.  In terms of physical
touchdowns, they are all in place.  The only barrier is getting most
of the backbones to willingly participate in the experiment.

A very significant chunk of new domains and new ISPs are here,
in the 415/408/510 area code regions (and 707, which is next door
and could be included if we wanted...).

-george william herbert
gherbert at crl.com




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