AS Numbers from a common 32-bit pool.

Matthew Palmer mpalmer at
Tue Dec 21 00:15:17 CST 2010

On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 02:49:49PM +0200, Heinrich Strauss wrote:
> I'm kinda fearing this in South Africa, as we have a few large  
> incumbents who aren't really driving -NG versions of protocols.
> They also have a "prove to us it's broken, and we may look at it in a  
> few months' time"-attitude towards it. :O

That would be why 32-bit ASNs have been "requestable" for the last couple of
years(?); you could have been prodding providers with "it doesn't work, fix
it" for a while now.

- Matt

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