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[re: geographic address allocation v. topological allocation]
At 10:12 AM 07/04/97 -0400, Richard J. Sexton wrote:
>Your statement applies mostly to transborder long lines and is
>less applivable the further away from the border you go.
I'd tend to disagree. There are plenty of cases of organizations
which are geographically located in one place while their connectivity
to the net is located somewhere else altogether.
In any event, geographic-based IP address allocation doesn't work
within the scope of CIDR aggregation.