[arin-ppml] FW: ULA-C and reverse DNS

Kevin Kargel kkargel at polartel.com
Tue Apr 6 12:42:13 EDT 2010

> ARIN PPML can not, I'm told, set prices, only policies.
> So, we can't make GUA cheap directly.
> Further, since the AC acknowledges that they are using the allocation
> policies as a proxy for limiting DFZ table size, anything that makes GUA
> cheaper will cause the DFZ to grow.
> Thus the reason to have ULA is a seperate space that mostly can not be
> used for global routing.
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If any part - even one address - of ULA can be routed then it is not ULA, it is GUA.  If it is GUA then current policy and pricing apply.  Simple.

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