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Re: Why does Sprint have address filters again?

  • From: Kim Hubbard
  • Date: Mon Jun 01 12:41:47 1998

> 
> Read the current ARIN pages. Unless I read them wrong, an ASN now requires
> a /19 to go with it. Anything less will not be approved. Existing /20's and
> /21's are under legacy grand-fathering. 

There is no requirement to have a /19 in order to receive an ASN.

Kim Hubbard
ARIN

> 
> 
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> >
> >TTFN,
> >patrick
> >
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