[arin-ppml] efficient utilization != needs basis
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>>>>> "michael" == michael dillon <michael.dillon at bt.com> writes:
>> But, that they are not intended to be routed across the entire
>> hierarchically routed global Internet. In other words, by
>> default the normal expected behavior for a network operator is to
>> not route these across an Autonomous System boundary without
>> special arrangements.
michael> That is an odd way of putting it. These blocks are intended
michael> to be routed across ASN boundaries but the network operator
michael> typically maintains separacy between their public Internet
michael> infrastructure and the COIN (Community of Interest Network)
michael> infrastructure. Even the automotive industry, which does
michael> not have the same security needs as air transport or
michael> finance, requires the ISPs to use a separate infrastructure
michael> for ANX traffic. Let's put it this way, if company A is a
michael> member of a COIN supplied by ISP B, the Company A will buy
michael> a separate circuit from ISP B to supply Internet
michael> access. The COIN does not meet the Internet except
michael> internally in the member company networks where there are
michael> usually strict controls in place including routing,
michael> firewalls, edge ACLS to make sure traffic does not leak
michael> onto the wrong network.
That's great for Ford or American Airlines.
That's totally ridiculous for linking the 7 locations of
Bob-DryCleaning's together over $200 VPN.
Perhaps tunnelling IPv6 inside IPv4, without the help/knowledge of
michael> I suspect that the only acceptable alternative would be one
michael> in which the IETF recognizes the existence of multiple
michael> global internets, not just the one with the big I, and sets
michael> aside special Global Unicast prefixes for these COINs. And
michael> to get there, at minimum they would have to get the
michael> agreement of the air transport folks, the automotive folks
michael> and the global financial industry folks.
michael> It seems easier to just use ordinary global unicast.
The big guys do not have a problem --- look the government of germany
just got a /26. No big deal for them to parcel off a /32 for use on
It's the small guys that will have a problem --- and it will be the
small guys that will deploy useful things first.
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