[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2019-2: Waiting List Block Size Restriction
Ronald F. Guilmette
rfg at tristatelogic.com
Sat Mar 2 17:55:06 EST 2019
In message <Pine.LNX.4.64.1903021604370.3734 at localhost.localdomain>,
hostmaster at uneedus.com wrote:
>Many hosting and access providers like to give each paying customer their
>own IPv4 address, since it simplifies DMCA compliance.
No, it doesn't.
If I have a web server that's configured to serve up pages for 1,000
different web sites, and I get a DMCA complaint about one in particular,
I can disable that one alone.
Is this not self-evident?
>hosting provider needs to get into the middle of keeping logs for every
No, you don't.
I frankly don't know what you are going on about. How do logs even enter
If a DMCA complaint comes in, you go and look at the (alleged) offending
content. If it appears that it may be a DMCA action, then you action
either that page or the whole web site, as may suit you.
How do logs even enter into this?
They are demonstratably irrelevant.
>As for NAT and even web hosting, the 64k port limitation is also an issue
>as pointed out by others.
No, it isn't. A web server needs one port (80). A mail server needs one
port (25). A name server needs one port (53). A /24 block provides nearly
seventeen *million* IPv4 ports for outbound _client_ use, most or all of
which should actually be migrated over to IPv6 anyway.
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