[ppml] the transfer proposal was Re: In$entive$
Ed.Lewis at neustar.biz
Tue Mar 27 16:00:50 EDT 2007
At 8:06 -0700 3/22/07, Owen DeLong wrote:
>The RIRs provide a very specific service. They guarantee that whatever
>numbers they issue to you will not be issued to anyone else by them or
>by any other RIR. They don't guarantee anyone will route those numbers
>for you. They don't guarantee you that no one else will use those
>numbers in their router. They don't promise you that there is no competing
>parallel address registry.
I want to switch to the proposed transfer policy for a moment and see
how that crosses with this.
So if company runs a service that justifies a /19 from ARIN and then
sells that service to another, the buying company can then justify a
/19 worth of space. Does the selling company "have" to give up the
/19? I mean, will ARIN reclaim the space at any time or are we
relying on the selling company to voluntarily free the space and/or
transfer it to the buying company?
I asking out of a little confusion.
Edward Lewis +1-571-434-5468
Sarcasm doesn't scale.
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