[address-policy-wg] Now that final /8 policy may be in action ...
Martin Millnert millnert at gmail.com
Fri Sep 14 16:07:31 CEST 2012
On Fri, 2012-09-14 at 15:56 +0200, Tore Anderson wrote: > The delegated-ripencc-extended-latest shows which blocks were free at the start of the day, then it's just a matter of some whois queries to figure out the rest. > > Right now it seems 126.96.36.199-188.8.131.52 are still free, plus those five /24s out of 192/8 I listed earlier. And maybe those /25+es (didn't check as I'm on the road at the moment). So it's pretty much all gone now. > > Tore Right, as per the announcements  as well, we're officially in final /8 land now, and IPRAs ran the "available pool" down to the ground. So, somewhere between 35-60M EUR locked up for the RIPE NCC now, from one-shot-LIRs, with current policy. Does the RIPE NCC need all this money or will that complicate things, especially w.r.t IPv4 as an asset issues? Or does it matter what we do? IPv4 just became an asset in this land regardless. :-) Best, Martin  http://www.ripe.net/ripe/mail/archives/ncc-announce/2012-September/000615.html  https://www.ripe.net/internet-coordination/news/ripe-ncc-begins-to-allocate-ipv4-address-space-from-the-last-8