Reclassification of NON-PORTABLE address space?
John van Oppen
john at vanoppen.com
Sun Oct 29 18:08:41 UTC 2006
Are you referring to space you got directly from ARIN? If so, it is by
definition portable. If it is space from a provider it belongs to the
provider, not you and is thus not portable.
From: owner-nanog at merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog at merit.edu] On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, October 27, 2006 4:52 PM
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Subject: Reclassification of NON-PORTABLE address space?
Anyone know if there is a precedent for reclassifying blocks of
non-portable address space to portable? I didn't see anything in ARIN
archives (maybe I didn't look hard enough). Bribery? Threats?
Acquisition of the assignor by the assignee?
If such a reclassification were simple, I expect that the process
would be heavily abused by smaller networks that would like to avoid
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