Let's just go around in circles, shall we?
On Sun, 02 Feb 1997 19:47:10 EST, Paul Ferguson said:
> ARIN cannot look into a crystal ball & predict whether a given prefix
> is routable in the Internet, and frankly, should *not* be in the business
> of predictions. This is simply not practical, and attempting to assume
> that one could actually do this is not in touch with reality.
I fully agree with that statement. However, could somebody
please elucidate to me what ARIN's legal exposure is in giving
out a prefix longer than /19, when they know that *current* practice
will render it unrouted from many locations?
This sort of ties back to the straw man proposal I made a while
back re: /19's for multi-homed groups. I saw one response to that,
and nothing further. Are there any updates re: that?
Computer Systems Engineer
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