[arin-discuss] Food for thought: IPv4 accountability.
If either Apple or HP corporate network sits behind a NAT firewall, they do not need the address space you speak about, i.e. 40 million. In this regard may charging those type of entities for the address space they use, may result in them returning this address space to the allocation pool. This would be true for any other end user entity as well that uses a NAT type firewall
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From: arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net [mailto:arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of John Brown
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 5:18 PM
To: Mike Horwath; Nathaniel B. Lyon
Cc: ARIN Discussion List
Subject: Re: [arin-discuss] Food for thought: IPv4 accountability.
I think that the other ARIN RIR's do a better job of managing the actual
usage ratios. Lots of US service providers have space allocated or
assigned to downstream customers and those customers don't exist any
The cost for provider X to tightly manage their space is higher than the
cost of them just getting new space. So it doesn't happen. I could
give multiple specific examples, at the risk of putting a public spot
light on those providers. :|
I believe that the early end user entities that got gobs of space should
return the space they aren't using.
Does Apple Computer really need a /8 ???
Does HP really need a /8 ??
Do both of those entities really need 40 million+ IP addresses ??
For the specific issue of why Mr. Horwath can't get space, I don't know.
He fails to articulate specifics and only talks with a broad brush.
I do know the ARIN staff and they are reasonable people doing good work
under the guidelines they have.
If there is some injustice on Mr. Horwath's allocation request, I'm sure
it can be resolved.
So to that end I'll offer a few minutes of my time to privately work
with him on his allocation request and see if it passes muster and what
may need to be done to help it float.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net
> [mailto:arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Mike Horwath
> Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 3:48 PM
> To: Nathaniel B. Lyon
> Cc: ARIN Discussion List
> Subject: Re: [arin-discuss] Food for thought: IPv4 accountability.
> This issue and scare of IPv4 going away, running out of
> space, I hear rice cakes are tasty - has been going on for
> way too long.
> I started my first ISP in 1993 and was told then that I
> needed to be stingy with my allocation. 16 years later, same
> mantra, same boys with their toys who don't want to share the pool.
> The issues of accountability go back to the mid/late-1990s
> when it was posed that companies/institutions/government be
> held to the same standards as joe schmoe consumer of
> netblocks. Search the mailing list archives, I am sure you
> will find commentary in regular spats.
> This isn't going to change, unfortunately.
> The old boys club is just that: a club of old boys who have
> benefits for themselves. They even have a sign on their
> clubhouse that states 'No Girlz'. (the rest of us are the
> girlz if that wasn't obvious)
> BUT: you too can join the club: just rewind time by about 20
> years, get in on the ground floor 'IP Address Give Away'
> stock offering.
> Or do what others do, buy larger netblock holding companies: PROFIT
> If I sound a little bitter, I apologize. The playing field
> should be level when it comes to this resource. It never has
> been. I don't think it ever will be.
> I said it, you read it, I can't take it back.
> Mike Horwath ipHouse - Welcome home! drechsau at iphouse.net
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