[arin-ppml] IPv6 Non-connected networks
Skeeve at eintellego.net
Thu Feb 4 17:04:11 EST 2010
> ARIN does define routing policy right now --- if you ask ARIN for
> address space, you get routable address space, and ARIN defines the
> policy by which you can get it. There is presently only one question I
> can ask, and one set of criteria I can satisfy. If I satisfy the
> criteria I get one thing: routable address space.
I would like to understand what you mean 'you get routable address space'? Surely this should mean 'potentially routable space' ? As ARIN cannot guarantee the routability of any address space whatsoever.
In the RIPE NCC and APNIC allocation policies they clearly state that they do not guarantee routability of any allocation as they can't control what everyone out there on the internet does, nor control the routing policies of any LIR.
Skeeve Stevens, CEO/Technical Director
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