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Re: Changes to PI Policy?

  • From: Peter Gradwell < >
  • Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 09:06:16 +0100

At 20:17 15/04/2003 +0200, you wrote:
Kurtis has stated that he is worried that the policy requires the
RIPE NCC to assign address space that can be "useless". Gert has
stated that the concept of PI space is broken.
The concept of PI space is definitely not broken. There is a
very real need for organisations, large and small, to be able
to connect to multiple Internet providers without having to pay
several thousand euros to ripe and spend a week filling in
forms to become a LIR.

If the internet addressing structure is broken then change it
and if you're running out of numbers then invent some more.

We should not be putting financial and administrative barriers
in the way of people who want to be multiply connected.

peter


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