[ppml] Re: ASN-based prefixes for leaf ASes
HRyu at norlight.com
Wed Mar 24 11:04:54 EST 2004
I believe there is a policy for micro-allocation from ARIN.
Hyunseog Ryu / CCDA, MCSE, CCIE candidate(written test passed)
Senior Network Engineer/Applications Engineering
Norlight Telecommunications, Inc.
13935 Bishops Drive
Brookfield, WI 53005
email: hryu at norlight.com
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> Now if you compare the policies for IPv4 ARIN does have a policy that
> multihoming (i.e. = has ASN) is an automatic justification for /24 from
> one of the upstreams. ...
Speaking of which, is there no swamp space left unallocated, or available
Using a /24 from an upstream has disadvantages; many backbones filter
/24s in newer address space, and if the site later changes upstreams and
drops the original one, they'll need to renumber.
Ideally, since ARIN has to deal with the new multihomed site anyway to
issue an ASN, a truly portable /24 could be issued along with it.
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