Routing wars pending?
Daniel Karrenberg Daniel.Karrenberg at ripe.net
Thu Nov 16 14:30:04 CET 1995
> Hank Nussbacher <HANK at VM.TAU.AC.IL> writes: > On Wed, 15 Nov 1995 11:00:04 MET you said: > > With regard to the rest of your message - here is what we do, both as a > > Service Provider Registry and a as backbone provider which has to deal > > with routing: > > > > We strictly refuse requests to assign address space for further > > sub-assignement. Adresses are *directly* assigned to the eventual user. > > If a service provider wants to act as a Local-IR, then the proper way > > of doing it is to get in touch with the RIPE-NCC and establish a > > registry of it's own. > > Is that the general consensus in other countries? This is policy for address space allocated/assigned via the RIPE NCC. If a local registry does it they remain responsible for the assignments. They will also have problesm with future allocations unless the all the sub-allocated space runs out at the same time. > Yes Europe is very organized - but what do you do about the USA? Fix it. :-) Daniel
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