FW: Updated ARIN allocation information
Justin M. Streiner
streiner at cluebyfour.org
Thu Jan 30 10:19:36 UTC 2014
On Thu, 30 Jan 2014, Mark Andrews wrote:
> 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.
In the worst case, this would add another 262,144 routes (/10 fully
assigned, and all assignments are /28s) to the global IPv4 route view.
Realistically, the number will be a good bit smaller than that, but only
time will tell for sure exactly how much smaller. Wash/rinse/repeat for
any other RIR that adopts a similar policy.
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