Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
Yakov Rekhter yakov at cisco.com
Thu Jan 25 23:46:29 CET 1996
Miguel, > On Jan 25, 8:20, Sean Doran wrote: > > Subject: Re: Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations > > > ... > > > Note that we make /19 allocations even though one particular ISP is > > > telling the world that /18 is the minimum you ought to have these days. > > > > Yup. And when you make the /19 allocations, you should > > tell them that in 195/8, if they are announcing a /19, a > > /20, a /21, a /22, a /23 or a /24, that will not work if > > they want to talk to SprintLink via a non-customer path. > > > > It's the other way round: SPRINT should tell his customers he can't > guarantee 100% global Internet connectivity because he disagrees with > the current address allocation policy of the IANA/InterNIC/RIPE NCC/AP-NIC. Would you assume that anyone whose address allocation follow "the current address allocation policy of the IANA/InterNIC/RIPE NCC/AP-NIC" is guaranteed 100% global Internet connectivity ? Yakov.
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