FW: Updated ARIN allocation information

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Thu Jan 30 05:17:11 UTC 2014

In message <CAL9jLabq=CSJSv4hufv+LSJ4d2JBhLQPukDcX3gxtc6-1PZA=A at mail.gmail.com>
, Christopher Morrow writes:
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 5:16 PM, Seth Mattinen <sethm at rollernet.us> wrote:
> > On 1/29/14, 14:01, Leslie Nobile wrote:
> >>
> >> Additionally, ARIN has placed in its reserves in accordance
> >> with the policy "Dedicated IPv4 block to facilitate IPv6 Deployment" (NRPM
> >> 4.10).  There have been no allocations made from this block as of yet,
> >> however, once we do begin issuing from this block, the minimum allocation
> >> size for this /10 will be a /28 and the maximum allocation size will be a
> >> /24.  You may wish to adjust any filters you have in place accordingly.
> >
> >
> >
> > I know ARIN doesn't care about routability and all that, but good luck with
> > those /28s.
> maybe these weren't meant to be used outside the local ASN? :)
> I do wonder though what the purpose of this block is? If it's to be
> used inside the local ASN (as seems to be indicated based upon minimum
> allocation sizes) then why not use the IETF marked 100.64/10 space
> instead? Global-uniqueness? ok, sure...
> There will need to be popcorn though, for this event.
> -chris

Or you could just accept that there needs to be more routing slots
as the number of businesses on the net increases.  I can see some
interesting anti-cartel law suits happening if ISP's refuse to
accept /28's from this block.

Mark Andrews, ISC
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