Rogers Canada using for internal address space

Owen DeLong owen at
Thu May 26 20:02:20 UTC 2011

On May 25, 2011, at 11:12 PM, Matthew Kaufman wrote:

> On May 26, 2011, at 7:35 AM, Owen DeLong wrote:
>> Unfortunately, the FCC hasn't really allowed us to since it would be very
>> hard to produce useful bandwidth by today's standards within the bounds
>> of the spectrum we are allowed to use and the channel separations we
>> are allowed to use.
> You just need to move up in frequency a bit. My slowest ham-band link runs at 12 Mbps and my fastest at over 100 Mbps.

Re: 100Mbps...

Yeah, for a modern household LAN, you're at about 1/3rd my minimum bandwidth and 1/10th my current maximum.

For wide area purposes, you're at about 1/100th of the smallest circuits we're running in the modern backbone.

> Good reminder that I should renumber the IPv4 portion of that network to somewhere in however.

Yeah, not a bad idea. Wonder if we can get a /32 for AMPR from IETF since it would be prohibitively expensive to
get it from an RIR.


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