[ARIN-consult] Consultation on New Experimental Allocation
vicky at twtelecom.net
Mon Aug 4 13:34:47 EDT 2014
On 8/4/2014 11:18 AM, ARIN wrote:
> ARIN is soliciting community input on a proposed experiment that will
> require the temporary use of space from 22.214.171.124/10, the IPv4
> addresses reserved to facilitate IPv6 deployment. (see NRPM policy 4.10
> https://www.arin.net/policy/nrpm.html#four10 )
> There has been much discussion on the NANOG mailing list about the
> usability / routability of prefixes longer than a /24. In order to try
> to provide some additional data on this topic, the RIPE NCC has
> requested a small block of address space from the reserved /10 in order
> to run the following experiment:
> RIPE Routing Information System (RIS) plans to announce a few blocks of
> sizes /24 to /28 (no more then ten at a time) out of the 23.128/10. They
> will monitor how this address space propagates in BGP and its
> * This experiment will provide the global community with insight on
> whether prefixes longer than a /24 from 23.128/10 are useable and
> reachable on the global Internet.
> * A description of this experiment, as well as the results of this
> research, will be published on https://labs.ripe.net/ . Additionally,
> ARIN will provide a link to the RIPE Labs page, as well as the end date
> of this experiment in the public Whois record of this registration.
> Do you support the use of this reserved space for this experiment or
> not, and why? Please provide comments to arin-consult at arin.net.
> This consultation will remain open through 5:00 PM EDT on Monday, 1
> September 2014.
> Leslie Nobile
> Director of Registration Services
> American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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