[arin-ppml] ARIN Multiple Discrete Networks Policy
jcurran at arin.net
Sat Oct 1 17:06:58 EDT 2011
On Oct 1, 2011, at 3:26 PM, Richard A Steenbergen wrote:
>> Richard - Can you propose an appropriate definition of
>> "multiple discrete networks" that could be added to the
> I would say that a discrete network is one which must implement a unique
> routing policy which is distinct from and other network, and multiple
> means there is more than one of them.
Looking at the proposed definition:
Multiple = more than one network.
This is fine; no further elaboration needed.
Discrete = "one which must implement a unique routing policy"
(distinct from the other networks)
How does ARIN staff determine that the network "must implement a
unique routing policy"?
As written, I see that this can be read as either [A] "the requestor
must clearly show that the network is configured with routing policy
which is unique from the others" or [B] "the requestor must show that
the network cannot function correctly without a routing policy which
is unique from the others" Which of the above ([A], [B]) did you
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