Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
Iljitsch van Beijnum
iljitsch at unix1.bart.nl
Mon Jan 29 17:03:41 UTC 1996
> > No they don't. You can ask the RIPE NCC for special PI space to assign to
> > this customer. It seems they have a "chemical waste dump" to satisfy
> > this kind of requests from.
> Ah. That will be the "chemical waste dump" that Daniel K said
> he didn't care about whether it got routed or not (no offence
> Daniel - neither do I), and is all but unaggregatable so presumably
> Sprintlink et al. won't want to waste their CPUs routing it as well.
Well that's their policy, so it's their problem. As an ISP selling
"global Internet connectivity" I may choose to take that policy into
consideration, but I'm sure most people don't give a damn.
(This is starting to get more and more like FidoNet...)
> What hope for a customer with those IP numbers?
The anti-trust laws. ;-)
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