[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2014-7: Section 4.4 Micro Allocation Conservation Update - Revised
billdarte at gmail.com
Mon Mar 10 15:29:01 EDT 2014
Isn't part of the issue here the getting of space in advance of runout?
You can only renumber into a larger group if you have the IP addresses to
do so. As Rudi points out...couldn't one do private peering with any
number of participants using existing addresses?
On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 11:44 AM, Scott Leibrand <scottleibrand at gmail.com>wrote:
> > On Mar 10, 2014, at 9:24 AM, Michael Peddemors <michael at linuxmagic.com>
> >> On 14-03-10 09:05 AM, David Huberman wrote:
> >> Michael Peddemors wrote:
> >>> >While on the surface this might seem prudent, it may be onerous for
> smaller players.
> >>> >More information might be needed to determine adverse cases, or
> possibly some
> >>> >exemption for rural players that might not be able to attain a 3rd
> >> Is a public exchange point really a public exchange point if there are
> only 2 participants? Isn't that just private peering for the time during
> which no one else participates? I'm not seeing the public good, justifying
> the draw down of a /24 from the public free pool, for two participants.
> > Understood, however the smaller regional players might want to get this
> in place for the future, when possibly additional peers may come available.
> > Just playing the devil's advocate, but that is the only reason I can see
> for not increasing it to three or more..
> Any reason two small rural players shouldn't start with a PA /30 and
> renumber into a larger block if/when they get a third participant?
> Unless someone has a good argument for why that's an excessive burden,
> support changing 2 to 3.
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