Address space for individuals
Daniel Karrenberg Daniel.Karrenberg at ripe.net
Thu May 19 15:37:02 CEST 1994
> Per Gregers Bilse <bilse at EU.net> writes: > "Intend to connect" ... A sledgehammer approach (nothing new in this, > but I think it bears repeating): Organisations get allocations as > usual, with the usual justifications for size etc. If somebody don't > use (ie connect and route) at least part of their allocation within, > say, 12 months, they have forfeited their chance. Their numbers may > be re-assigned to somebody else, who now has first call. If the > original requestor wants to connect at a later stage, they'll have to > renumber. Private interconnections between enterprises not necessarily via the Internet also need unique numbers.
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