[ppml] 2005-1 status

Steve Feldman steven.feldman at cnet.com
Mon Jan 30 16:52:17 EST 2006

On Jan 30, 2006, at 12:51 PM, Kevin Loch wrote:

> Steve Feldman wrote:
>> How would this work for a hypothetical example:
>>   Entity X has four distinct physical locations:
>>     Locations A and B are interconnected and share upstream  
>> providers.
>>     Locations C and D are each far away from the others, not
>>     interconnected, and may have distinct sets of upstream providers.
>> What would the assignment(s) for these look like?
>> More to the point, if a single /44 is assigned, is the expectation
>> that longer prefixes announced from the various locations would
>> be routable?
> I believe that is what the folks that suggested a location based  
> scalar
> were thinking.  Whether it would work or not depends on routing  
> policies
> that aren't really in the scope of RIR policy.

Sure.  I just want to make sure that this assumption is noted,
since the policy as written won't otherwise be terribly useful
in cases like this.

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