[ppml] ppml 2002-7
jmcburnett at msmgmt.com
Tue Feb 11 13:00:56 EST 2003
>> If we do allocate /24s, even from existing swamp space,
>> run out and we'll have to create a new swamp. It seems to
>me that this
>> would be failing to learn from previous mistakes.
>I don't see anything necessarily bad with a new swamp if all of the
>addresses in it are used to multihome. It would be silly to
>assign a /24
>to someone that only connects to one provider, since you could
>them a /24 from the provider's larger aggregate. If you quit
>you return your addresses back to the "multihome swamp". This
>providers to filter out the useless /24's (like the /18 being
>64 /24's, yet allow them to accept somewhat more important small
Swamp space.. I have only a vague comprehension of this..
Can someone elaborate for me?
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