[ppml] Effects of explosive routing table growth on ISP behavior
sleibrand at internap.com
Thu Nov 1 19:06:03 EDT 2007
Brian Johnson wrote:
> MY ENTIRE POINT IS THAT ARIN NEEDS TO STAY OUT OF ROUTING POLICY!
I understand your point, I just disagree with it, and am presenting
arguments to the contrary.
How do you propose we administer IPv4 after the exhaustion of the ARIN
free pool? Should we allow transfers of any and all addresses down to
/32 regardless of the impact on the routing system? Should we simply
deny all IPv4 requests, and require everyone to get PA space from ISPs
who have it? Does that constitute anticompetitive behavior?
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