[pekkas at netcore.fi: RIR ISP to end-user address allocation policy?]
Hans Petter Holen hph at online.no
Wed May 16 18:07:57 CEST 2001
----- Original Message ----- From: "Shane Kerr" <shane at ripe.net> | UltraCheapFastISP User Agreement: | | "The USER agrees that only a single device will be connected and send | data via the PROVIDER's facilities." | | Personally I think this is fine, but then again I love NAT. :) | | Is it just me, or does the whole discussion seem academic? Because when | many ISP's see the gazillions of addresses they get they're going to | allocate it in whatever way they want, and won't bother the RIR's for | more space for decades. The only other alternative I see is proactive | policing by the RIR's, and I think very few people want that. (I surely | don't.) | | -- | Shane "speaking only for myself" Kerr I sincerely hope so, as this seems to be far from what I understand the current RIPE policies to be. Hans Petter Holen speaking as chair of lir-wg.
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