lowering maximum assignment window
Andrei V Masalov amasalov at na.ptt.ru
Thu Feb 11 15:16:05 CET 1999
-----Original Message----- From: Paula Caslav <paula at ripe.net> To: lir-wg at ripe.net <lir-wg at ripe.net> Date: Wednesday, February 10, 1999 4:50 PM Subject: lowering maximum assignment window > >Hi all, > >As we discussed in our audit report at the Local IR working group at >the RIPE 32 meeting, we would like to propose a change in the maximum >assignment window that a Registry can have. Currently an assignment >window for a Registry can be anything between a 0 and a /19. The /19 >assignment window, is a historical legacy. > .... >Actually for most Registries, a /24 or /23 assignment window is >enough, since they rarely make larger assignments than that. However, >for the Registries that make more large customer assignments, having >up to a /21 assignment window would allow them room to make most of >these larger assignment without coming to us for approval. > >Please think about this proposal and give us any comments by the end of >next week. What about BGP announces which are less then /19? Many (if not all) of the major providers (like C&W, SprintLink) are filtering them out, at least for the 195/8 block. ??? Kind regards, Andrei Masalov PTTNET.
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