Re: [anti-spam-wg@localhost] Contacts
- Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 14:16:10 +0000
Chris Jones said:
> My feeling is though, that a suspension of registration (meaning
> the inability of LIR/ISP customers to access the net) is the least penalty
> that RIR's should be given the authority to implement. The period should be
> pre-defined and should be for periods starting at (say) 48 hours and
> increasing on subsequent infractions to (say) one month without the RIR
> trustees giving their consent.
Pardon me if this is a dumb question, but will the global networks honour
this "suspension"? Suppose RIPE decides to suspend my personal netblock.
Unless Demon does something, I'm not even going to notice. The packets will
still get to me. So now suppose that RIPE suspends Demon. What happens?
Will the whole world really stop peering with us or transiting our traffic?
I don't think so. What if our AS includes assignments from more than one
RIR? Just how will our peers suspend only the RIPE addresses?
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