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- From: Philip J. Nesser II
- Date: Mon Mar 31 16:01:18 1997
- Phone: (206)481-4303
- Us-nail: 13501 100th Ave NE, Suite 5202, Kirkland, WA 98034
Michael Gersten supposedly said:
> Jim raises an extremely good point.
> Why not start ARIN off by giving it a /8 to work with and see how well
> it will actually work?
Guess what. That IS the plan.
The IANA controls /0 and will retain control of it. ARIN, just like RIPE
and APNIC will be given a /8 to work from.
> Lets face it, there is only ONE /0, and giving that to ARIN might not
> be a good idea if it doesn't work right. By giving them a /8, they
> will have to compete with other ways of assigning IP addresses, and
> demonstrate that they actually can work.
> Just like a would-be ISP has to start with a /24 and work up...
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