joelja at bogus.com
Sun Apr 11 21:36:41 EDT 2010
Mondo-megacorp will trivially have enough gua space to address it's extranet and the cost of aquiring space is negible compared to cost of deploying anything inside mondo-megacorp.
George Bonser <gbonser at seven.com> wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: mcr at sandelman.ca [mailto:mcr at sandelman.ca]
>> Sent: Sunday, April 11, 2010 5:48 PM
>> To: George Bonser
>> Cc: michael.dillon at bt.com; arin-ppml at arin.net
>> Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] ULA-C
>> A question: how many of your connections are with organizations that
>> not, when they first numbered their network, even know that they were
>> going to connect with you?
>Let me provide something of a plausible example. You have Mondo
>Megacorp who provides some service worldwide. One aspect of their
>service is actually provided by a third party (Littlefish, Inc.) but
>branded as a service of Mondo Megacorp. There is some integration of
>the billing that needs to happen because Littlefish, Inc. needs to be
>able to turn on and off service to Modo Megacorp's customers and to bill
>Mondo for services rendered.
>Neither company has their financial backend systems in publically routed
>network space but they need to talk to each other. Littlefish provides
>service to a lot of bigger fish and has a lot of private connectivity to
>specific systems it needs communications with at these partners that are
>on private networks.
>If they are all in "private" space that is also unique, they never have
>to worry about address space collisions when they interface with each
>other on the backend.
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