cjw at groovy.com
Thu Oct 23 17:49:07 EDT 2003
Well it isn't like you're going to need any. You have enough
legacy space :-)
From: bmanning at karoshi.com
Subject: Re: [ppml] allocate/assign
like I said, -MY- thoughts. guess I won't be
getting any Internet Protocol resources from
ARIN anytime soon.
> Well the definition in use by all the ISPs I know of and defined
> by ARIN is as I have stated. So you would be in violation.
> From: bmanning at karoshi.com
> Subject: Re: [ppml] allocate/assign
> that may be true in your world... :)
> I am of the opinion that if I am granted a delegation
> that I need to apply the principles of stewardship, e.g.
> effective utilization of the space ... if that means that
> I have an operational model that allows me to sub-assign
> and sub-allocate space using the same rules for management
> of the delegation for users of my space as apply to me.
> note that "my" here refers not to ownership of the space
> but ownership of the responsiblity for effective stewardship.
> > Bill,
> > Allocations can be broken up into assignments and given to customers,
> > but assignments can not be further delegated to other organizations,
> > or customers.
> > ----CJ
> > From: bmanning at karoshi.com
> > Subject: [ppml] allocate/assign
> > Ok...
> > grousing about terms leads me to put my personal thoughts to
> > phosphor (or LCD analog):
> > allocated: Internet resources earmarked for specific use. period.
> > assigned: an allocation is bound to a duely vetted party who agrees
> > to manage the allocation according to the "principles of
> > stewardship" (from the ARIN mission stmt)
> > such an assignment is considered delegated when such allocations
> > and assignments are published - say via whois and DNS, perhaps
> > in an rdb.
> > thoughts?
> > --bill
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