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Re: ARIN sucks?
- From: Owen DeLong
- Date: Sun Sep 17 15:34:22 2006
On Sep 17, 2006, at 12:22 PM, Jon Lewis wrote:
Actually, in more than one case, I have been able to fill in "none"
on an initial
On Sun, 17 Sep 2006, Hank Nussbacher wrote:
If you have no IP space in use, what do you plan to do with an
ASN? It is pretty common to get an ASN from ARIN while using PA IP
space, never getting (or requesting) space from ARIN or other RIRs.
Also, you're incorrect on the process. You can definitely get an
I find that fascinating. The ARIN template:
without IP space.
12. Indicate all IP address blocks currently in use in
You fill in "none" and ARIN has given you an ASN? Under what
assignment template and still get the ASN. The ASN is a prerequisite
under the multihoming end-user policy, so, yes, if you are starting
from zero and
applying as an initial end-user, you can apply for an ASN with "none"
as long as
you can demonstrate that you have contracts for service with at least
You can then use that ASN to apply for IP space under the multi-homed
Of course, if you can show existing utilization of PA space, that
easier, because it is easier for ARIN to verify your utilization and
but, with sufficient appropriate documentation, you can apply without
IP space and get an ASN and an assignment.
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