[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal 95: Customer Confidentiality
steve at ibctech.ca
Thu Jan 28 21:42:11 EST 2010
George Bonser wrote:
>> If the SWIPed network is multi-homed, then I would say under no
>> circumstances can they remain private in the ARIN listing.
> Let me amend that to:
> If the SWIPed network is multi-homed or single-homed to a DIFFERENT
> network that the one who SWIPed it, then under no circumstances can they
> remain private in the ARIN listing.
Operationally speaking, anything less than a /24 would be safe by
operators who care about anything that has to do with this, as they
won't be accepting advertisements smaller than this anyhow.
This goes back to a theoretical question I asked before Christmas,
whether I could just SWIP large blocks to myself if I was 'lazy'.
I think what you are proposing leans too far into operations, and would
put more burden on ARIN than required, when an op can just use the route
tables to find the source themselves. If this policy does pass, I
wouldn't want to see such extra stipulations added in...
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