Sprint's route filters and Europe
Brian Carpenter CERN-CN
brian at dxcoms.cern.ch
Mon Jun 17 11:59:59 UTC 1996
> 4) you can't charge for addresses because they're just
> numbers and have no value (tell that to the US Treasury)
> P.S. So which rathole are we going to go down this time? 30 quatloos
> on rathole #4 (it's my favorite 'cause it's so silly (Hi Brian!)).
Well, since you ask...
My view is still that charging for routing announcements is
necessary and sufficient - but as I've said before, I think
that registries should charge for their *services*, and
allocating an address block is a service. So I don't think
we're that far apart. See you in Montreal.
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