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RE: using ARIN assigned address in Asia
- From: Richard Jimmerson
- Date: Wed Mar 21 18:23:37 2001
(BThere is not a policy that states IP address space allocated by ARIN has to
(Butilized exclusively in the ARIN region.
(BARIN is not in a position to place limitations on how this IP address space
(Brouted, but does encourage aggregation.
(BIf you would like to be certain there are no conflicts with the proposed use
(Bthis IP address space and the conditions under which it was allocated to
(Borganization, I suggest you have them contact ARIN by either sending email
(Bto email@example.com or calling the registration services help desk.
(BContact information for ARIN can be found at www.arin.net
(BDirector of Operations
(BAmerican Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
(B> -----Original Message-----
(B> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
(B> Behalf Of Kenji Anzai
(B> Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2001 5:08 AM
(B> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
(B> Subject: using ARIN assigned address in Asia
(B> Hi, I have a question which was originally I was asked by my client.
(B> Our client has IP address space that was originally assigned
(B> from ARIN.
(B> Their address space is a big enough to separate to /20 each.
(B> I am not sure about internaltionl IP address assignment.
(B> They would like to use front half (/20) in North America.
(B> And, they would like to use the other half of the address
(B> space (/20) in
(B> Is there any problems doing this?