fred at cisco.com
Wed Mar 31 20:16:29 EDT 2010
The complaint with ULAs as presently formulated is that there is a non-zero probability of them colliding.
If you give a prefix to your favorite admin and have them number their network with it, and then re-assign the prefix to someone else, what's the probability that you have a collision?
I think you need to accept that once put into use, a ULA will be in use by that administration permanently. You obviously see otherwise. Fill me in?
On Mar 30, 2010, at 9:06 AM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> On Mar 30, 2010, at 7:50 AM, Scott Leibrand wrote:
>> The draft looks good to me. There is one item that I think might not have consensus here on PPML at least:
>>> The allocation and registration authority ...
>>> must include the ability to make an allocation on a permanent basis,
>>> without any need for renewal.
>> I'd like to hear feedback from other folks on the tradeoff between permanent allocations vs. requiring renewal to maintain whois database consistency...
> Permanent bad. Renewal good.
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