[ppml] Policy to help the little guys
Steven E. Petty
spetty at iconnect-corp.com
Wed Mar 19 10:45:39 EDT 2008
At this point, either of these would provide a better solution for my company. Though the /29 would require segmenting some non-critical hosts to (presumably PA) other IP space. A /28 would fit all that require external visibility. So, I suppose the first complication would be whether our theoretical new /29 multihomed allocation had rules for justifying larger blocks...
From: ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:ppml-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Randy Bush
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 2:51 AM
To: David Williamson
Cc: arin ppml
Subject: Re: [ppml] Policy to help the little guys
David Williamson wrote:
> If you can get a PA /24 for multi-homing, and anyone can, why can't
> you get PI?
as a gedanken experiment, and maintaining my reputation as a notorious trouble-maker, why not longer than /24? e.g. take a /16 and create a well-known micro-swam of say /29s for multi-homed content sites.
i am not necessarily advocating this. but i think the exercise of discussing the pros and cons might be good for us.
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