Private use of non-RFC1918 IP space
skeeve at skeeve.org
Tue Feb 3 16:19:58 CST 2009
See my other email.
You don't need to use a providers range.
From: Matthew Huff [mailto:mhuff at ox.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 4 February 2009 8:35 AM
To: 'Måns Nilsson'; 'Zaid Ali'; 'Roger Marquis'
Cc: 'nanog at nanog.org'
Subject: RE: Private use of non-RFC1918 IP space
DNS is great, but there is plenty of stuff to change that doesn't use DNS (ACLS, etc...). The point is, why should we go through the pain of renumbering, and have to do it everytime our relationship with our ISP changes? We aren't going to go there. It isn't renumbering that's the problem, the problem is that it being tied to an external company.
Matthew Huff | One Manhattanville Rd
OTA Management LLC | Purchase, NY 10577
http://www.ox.com | Phone: 914-460-4039
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Måns Nilsson [mailto:mansaxel at besserwisser.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 4:19 PM
> To: Matthew Huff; 'Zaid Ali'; 'Roger Marquis'
> Cc: 'nanog at nanog.org'
> Subject: RE: Private use of non-RFC1918 IP space
> --On tisdag, tisdag 3 feb 2009 13.24.59 -0500 Matthew Huff
> <mhuff at ox.com>
> > It's not just technical. Companies are reluctant to migrate to an IP
> > address owned by an ISP. We are one of those companies. If and when
> > is easy for us to apply and receive our own Ipv6 address space, we
> > look at deploying ipv6, but not until then. That's not a technical
> > issue, but rather a business decision, and it's not going to change.
> > aren't depending our network resources on an external third-party,
> > especially given their track record.
> Renumbering will happen. Be prepared or cry louder when it happens. DNS
> invented for this, and v4 PA space is functionally equivalent to v6
> Getting PI space only pushes the inevitable a bit, while lessening the
> incentives to DTRT wrt IP address mobility.
> Måns Nilsson M A C H I N A
> YOW!!! I am having fun!!!
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