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Re: Last Resort Registries

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  • From: Antonio_Blasco Bonito < >
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 12:11:59 +0200 (MET DST)
  • Reply-to: Antonio_Blasco Bonito < >

Bjorn Eriksen ber@localhost writes:
>  Simon, you don't seem to understand the real problem. Coordination
>  has to be done on every possible level. Personally I don't care
>  whatsoever about those that we force to use private address space,
>  but they will eventually run into problems, so beeing last-resort
>  we ouht to take our responsibilty and coordinate thing that are
>  currently in a mess.
>  --Bjorn

I fully agree. That's the spirit of the Internet. Things do not work
automagically. People that think that way are strongly necessary.

It's likely that last resort registries (places where to apply for unique
non-provider addresses) will disappear. But I think that some guidance
and coordination should stay. And the RIPE-NCC alone will probably be
not sufficient for this task in the fast growing European Internet.

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