"Leasing" of space via non-connectivity providers
John R. Levine
johnl at iecc.com
Sat Feb 5 17:25:07 CST 2011
>> If there have been cases with a willing seller and a willing buyer
>> where ARIN has refused to update WHOIS or rDNS, I'd be interested to
>> hear about them.
> Isn't it moot when you can reallocate the entire block to the other party?
> Contractual agreements of the sale would enforce the inability to reclaim or
> remove the reallocation.
If the user doesn't match what's in WHOIS, a lot of people will assume
that the block is hijacked.
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