Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
curtis at ans.net
Sat Feb 3 00:32:40 UTC 1996
> > If an organization registered an address they are responsible for
> > keeping the contact name up to date. If they don't announce the
> > route, they have not provided a valid contact, and there is no way to
> > contact them, including publishing a list on major mailing lists, then
> > it should be safe to recover the address since every reasonable effort
> > was made to contact them. If a route is not announced, this is a NOOP
> > anyway.
> You idiot - how could you say such a thing. What about the poor guy
> who is using the net behind a firewall. ;-)
> -- Curtis
You ignorant bozo - I meant it has no effect on routing table size.
Any attempt to recover it is a NOOP until we actually need the 192/8
space which won't be for a very long time (after A space is
ps - I trust its perfectly acceptable to email flaming insults when
replying to yourself.
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