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Re: Not to beat a dead horse

  • From: Curtis Villamizar
  • Date: Fri Dec 22 00:07:50 1995

In message <199512190336.WAA10374@netaxs.com>, Avi Freedman writes:
> But I still see 4 /24s advertised in 208/8:
> 
> 208.0.1.0
> 208.0.4.0
> 208.0.5.0
> 208.0.9.0
> 
> Now, besides the fact that 208.0.4.0 & 208.0.5.0 could be 208.0.4.0/23
> (grin), what IS the appropriate way to deal with an ongoing situation
> where un-NIC-allocated IP space is advertised on the Internet?
> 
> We have no plans to implement incoming route filters on 208/8 - who
> knows when the NIC will start allocating out of it.
> 
> Obviously, having announcements of unallocated address space "work" for
> the long term is a bad precedent to set.  Yes, it can be a pain to deal
> with the NIC (which is following policies approved of by most NSPs)
> to get address space, but ...
> 
> Avi


These are not registered in the IRR so ANS won't route to them.

Curtis




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