US CODE: Title 15, Chapter 1, Section 2.
At 02:21 PM 1/31/97 -0500, David Schwartz wrote:
> So you can be reasonable assured that a block allocated by ARIN,
>Internic, APNIC, or RIPE that is routable today will remain routable for
This a completely misleading statement. There is simply no way
to be assured that a prefix which is routed today will be routable
tomorrow. Caveat emptor. This has no bearing in how ARIN allocates
addresses, since it can not determine what may, or may not, be