[arin-ppml] Rationale for /22
bill at herrin.us
Thu Jul 30 20:39:32 EDT 2009
On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 8:10 PM, Michael K. Smith<mksmith at adhost.com> wrote:
> In the
> past, I've been in just this type of position, advertising multiple /24's
> assigned from upstreams until I could justify a /20 from ARIN. If I had the
> opportunity to number out of a /24 instead of waiting until I had a /22 I
> would have jumped at the chance.
Does that mean you actually used *less* BGP slots after getting your
ARIN addresses? So in your case, current ARIN policy was actually
counterproductive to its goal, causing you to announce *more* routes,
On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 8:17 PM, David Farmer<farmer at umn.edu> wrote:
> You are assuming that the number of multi-homed users will remain a
> constant, if you allow a multi-home user with a PA based /24 from a provider
> to switch to a PI based /24 from ARIN. It is entirely possible that the
> availability of PI /24s from ARIN for multi-homing could create an inducement
> for more users to multi-home, just so they can get PI space.
Interesting. How could we mitigate this risk in a potential policy?
You suggested requiring them to multihome for a year with PA space
first. What about something more direct like requiring some fair
minimum annual payment for their Internet services to weed out the
serious folks from the DSL posers? Let's brainstorm. Are there more
ways to mitigate this problem?
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