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RE: Allocation of IP Addresses
- From: Jim Fleming
- Date: Thu Mar 14 02:55:11 1996
From: David R. Conrad[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 1996 10:30 PM
To: Jim Browning
Cc: 'David R. Conrad'; Michael Dillon; 'com-priv list'; email@example.com; 'NANOG List'; 'NIC Registry list'
Subject: Re: Allocation of IP Addresses
>The answer is to have published, objective criteria, consistently applied,
>with a defined appeal process and accountability.
See the latest allocation policy draft -- it attempts to do that.
Comments on the draft would be welcome, see:
>It's hard to play by the
>rules if you don't know what they are, and one has only to look at the /14
>allocation to @Home to realize that the "slow start" rules do not apply to
The @Home allocation was done outside of normal registry procedures by
the IANA directly. InterNIC should not be held responsible for that
What happens if a substantial part of the Class A space is allocated outside
of IANA (Jon Postel) as well as the InterNIC...???
Does God get to handle those allocations...???...how about Clinton or Dole...???