[db-wg] A test on AFRINIC range announcing without RIPE route object
Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Wed Jun 13 18:54:43 CEST 2018
> Why can't small ISPs use the IRR provided by the RIR? this may come as a shock, but not all isps are close to their regional rir. > You only end up in a third party IRR database (such as RADB) if you > have a prefix from AfriNIC and an ASN from RIPE. and hundreds of dollars per year > But if you could afford to buy/lease the prefix from the AfriNIC > member, I think you can afford to pay the RADB fee as well... some time look up "legacy prefixes". and address space is loaned and exchanged in many ways. get over it. [part of] our job is to make it easy for the small isps, not hard.
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