policies for 126.96.36.199/8 ?
nick at foobar.org
Fri Jan 22 10:07:35 UTC 2010
On 22/01/2010 05:07, Jim Mercer wrote:
> i'm doing some consulting work for a cable operator in Pakistan.
> while i'm guessing that realistically we will be approaching RIPE for address
> space, i'm just wandering what happened to 188.8.131.52/8 and what policies
> govern who and what can use the address space there.
Not quite sure why you'd want to use 24/8. It became a "normal" address
block a very long time ago . RFC3330 sez:
> 184.108.40.206/8 - This block was allocated in early 1996 for use in
> provisioning IP service over cable television systems. Although the
> IANA initially was involved in making assignments to cable operators,
> this responsibility was transferred to American Registry for Internet
> Numbers (ARIN) in May 2001. Addresses within this block are assigned
> in the normal manner and should be treated as such.
So, it's just regular IP address space, available for assignment if you
live in ARIN-land.
Incidentally, Pakistan is serviced by APNIC, not RIPE:
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