[ppml] Policy Proposal: Definition of known ISP and changes to IPv6 initial allocation criteria
ipgoddess at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 17:59:28 EDT 2007
Well, really, what is the difference, aside from allocation size,
between a large carrier and a small one? Amount of customers?
Flavors of connectivity? Number of peers? DFZ-itude? If my network
provides connectivity to a city-specific wireless network who provides
connectivity to customers, how are each not ISPs?
To qualify for space, known ISP or not, you still need to meet the
same utilization requirements. My little /25 wireless guy won't
qualify whether he's recognized as an ISP or not.
My point is, if I've reallocated that /25 to him, and he reassigns to
his customers, thereby providing connectivity to The Internet, he is
On 8/24/07, Kevin Loch <kloch at kl.net> wrote:
> Stacy Taylor wrote:
> > Hi Everyone,
> > I am wondering why we are limiting the downstream reassignment to /23.
> > My network has plenty of downstream ISPs/MSOs that sell Internet
> > connectivity to their customers with way less space than that.
> > Curious,
> > Stacy
> I'd like to hear more comments on this. Personally I think defining it
> that low is risky.
> - Kevin
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