[ppml] [address-policy-wg] Those pesky ULAs again

Roque Gagliano rgaglian at antel.net.uy
Thu Jun 7 09:56:32 EDT 2007


more "practical" questions:
why should they be cheaper than PI block? do they take less  
administrative work form RIR? do they take less "space" in their  
databases?

in many RIRs you need to pay a "membership" fee and doing so you get  
the right to vote in their members meetings, if you get an ULA-C  
allocation, should you be considered a member? would you pay your  
membership fee to the RIR? again, why should this allocation be  
cheaper that a PI allocation?

Roque


On Jun 7, 2007, at 10:54 AM, Randy Bush wrote:

>> Should ULA-C be published in the Whois database? what about  
>> reverse DNS
>> for them, should they be delegated or just reply a NXDOMAIN?
>
> let's see.  ula-c should be assigned and tracked by rirs.  they should
> have whois and in-addr.arpa.  do remind me how they differ from pi
> space.  i keep forgetting.
>
> randy

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