[arin-ppml] [EXT] Re: Open Petition for ARIN-prop-266: BGP Hijacking is an ARIN Policy Violation
michel at arneill-py.sacramento.ca.us
Mon Apr 29 21:50:55 EDT 2019
>> Michel Py wrote:
>> I'll try to be original : let's look at BGP Hijacking as a pest problem.
>> ... What we need is Terminix. Let them do the dirty work, handle the
>> nasty chemicals and clean up the corpses.
> Ronald F. Guilmette wrote :
> Is there a supporting stipend available for that? If so, sign me up.
That would be convenient, wouldn't it ?
> that separating out the authority to draw the lines on the pavement, and putting it in the
> hands of one authority, and separately, putting the authority for enforcing those same lines
Maybe Terminix was not the best example for your taste.
What about an international coalition ? Think Somali pirates.
No single nation can tackle the problem. But these are our sailors and seals out there. This is a rather grizzly job at times; sometimes it's better if it's not recorded. In that case we can't handle this job out to "security contractors" because they flat out lack the resources. However, for BGP hijacking I would rather have it handled by some subcontractor that does not mind doing the dirty job, as opposed as ARIN not doing much. Political correctness, cost, actual results. Pick any two.
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