De-bogon not possible via arin policy.

Rubens Kuhl rubensk at
Wed Dec 14 21:20:17 UTC 2011

> Fyi, I just was rejected from arin for an ipv4 allocation. I demonstrated I
> own ~100k ipv4 addresses today.>
> My customers use over 10 million bogon / squat space ip addresses today,
> and I have good attested data on that.
> But all I can qualify for is a /18, and then in 3 months maybe a /17. This
> is called slow start ? For an established business?
> Just fyi, de-bogoning , or private rfc 1918 is not really an option even
> with strong and consistent demonstrate load.
> Any suggestions on how to navigate this policy ?

You should easily qualify for a /32 or larger IPv6 block.
And it's curious that errors that are likely to be there for decades
are just now trying to be fixed as IPv4 pool is depleted, isn't it ?


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