Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
Craig A. Huegen
c-huegen at quad.quadrunner.com
Fri Feb 2 08:37:46 UTC 1996
On Thu, 1 Feb 1996, Jon Zeeff wrote:
> > > Another factoid to consider - I know of a company that has a Class C that
> > > they don't use. To my knowledge, nobody has ever even asked that
> > > they give it up. Some automated email process could do this without
> > > much effort.
> > >
> > Well, almost. The IPGR robot is, in fact, doing just that.
> Based on never having received such an email and knowing of
> several others who haven't either, I disagree.
Ah, but yes it is... The other day, I received the following message
below asking us if we were still using the network provided to us. Since
we are using it, we politely replied; I'm sure many more people than I
were contacted for older networks.
Craig A. Huegen <chuegen at pyramid.com> Phone: (408) 428-8404
Communications Engineer Fax: (408) 428-8513
Electronic Data Systems / Pyramid Technology Corporation
Mail Stop SJ1-1-107, 3860 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95134
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Date: Mon, 22 Jan 1996 11:46:37 -0800
From: ipgr at ISI.EDU
To: chuegen at pyramid.com, ipgr at ISI.EDU
Subject: Network Number Usage Survey-- 126.96.36.199
We have been asked by members of the PIER Working Group of the IETF,
with the approval of the IANA and Internic, to conduct a survey of a
section of the IPv4 address space.
Your address appeared in the InterNIC database as the likely person to
ask about the following set of network numbers:
Pyramid Technology Corporation (NET-RELIANT-HV)
Network number: 188.8.131.52
If you are not the correct contact, please forward this message to
the right person if you can. If you are, we would like to know:
Is your organization still using this address space?
If you are not using it-- would you be willing to return this
address to the IANA for reallocation?
Your answers are important in planning future allocation of the IP
address space. Thank you for your time.
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