Why split IP allocations from the Internic?
On Wednesday, February 26, 1997 3:39 AM, Michael Dillon[SMTP:michael at MEMRA.COM] wrote:
@ On Wed, 26 Feb 1997, Jim Fleming wrote:
@ > In closing, can you or anyone explain in GREAT detail
@ > why everyone seems to have decided that the IP address
@ > allocations be split from the InterNIC, especially when their
@ > is only one+ year left on the Cooperative Agreement ?
@ Quite simply, when the coop agreement ends, the Internic no longer
@ has to supply IP allocation services. Therefore, some arrangements
@ have to be made in advance of that point to avoid the chaos that
@ would result if an essential service were to disappear.
@ I can't see that any more detailled explanation is required than this.
OK...that agreement ends in 18 months...?...September 1998.
What is wrong with the plan to clone the InterNIC many times
that is well underway ?
Here is the short form...
1. Clone the InterNIC 49 times
2. Start each new clone with 3 TLDs and 1 /8
3. Use the Infrastructure fund to provide $250,000 grants
4. Remove rocks from the soil, plant it and let it grow....
JimFleming at unety.net
JimFleming at unety.s0.g0 (EDNS/IPv8)