[ppml] NANOG IPv4 Exhaustion BoFRe: NANOG IPv4 Exhaustion BoF

Joe Maimon jmaimon at chl.com
Fri Mar 7 12:42:23 EST 2008

Leo Bicknell wrote:

> In a message written on Fri, Mar 07, 2008 at 07:56:30AM -0800, David Conrad wrote:
>>If IPv4 post free pool exhaustion demand is a reasonable percentage of  
>>current demand and there is no way for that demand to be met through  
>>transfers, do you still posit a black market would be insignificant?
> Yes.
> How does an ISP tell the difference between a hijacked route (even
> accidently, think YouTube recently) and a route for a resource sold by
> YouTube on the black market?
> The answer is, they don't.  ISP's today check whois and ask for
> LOA's to route space because they know without doing it hijacking
> may be more widespread and affect their customers.  

Why wouldnt you receive a LOA as part of your black market transaction?

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