FW: Updated ARIN allocation information
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 220.127.116.11/10 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.
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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