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RE: using ARIN assigned address in Asia
- From: Chris Gibiault
- Date: Thu Mar 22 05:10:50 2001
You could always be sure and connect to the same "backbone" provider in
each location. then said provider can aggregate the two /20's to a /19. If
you need/want a second backbone provider in each location. get a connection
between the US and Asia locations. You could even do this as a tunnel using
just the port addresses of each connection. OF course a tunnel may not scale
very well and might not be "a good thing". There are just so many ways to
make sure that /19 is announced to the "filtering" majors ...
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 3:05 AM
To: Kenji Anzai
Subject: Re: using ARIN assigned address in Asia
Kenji Anzai wrote:
> Our client has IP address space that was originally assigned from ARIN.
> Their address space is a big enough to separate to /20 each.
> They would like to use front half (/20) in North America.
> And, they would like to use the other half of the address space (/20) in
By using i.e. announcing ip-ranges < /19 you risk beeing filtered by one
of the major ISPs.
I wouldnt recommend splitting it up in 2 * /20.
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