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Re: Verio Peering Question

  • From: Chris Parker
  • Date: Fri Sep 28 13:10:13 2001

At 09:57 AM 9/28/2001 -0700, Majdi S. Abbas wrote:

        If the regional registry's policy is the problem, fix that policy,
and I think that you'd find Verio's filters would also change.  Randy has
stated on more than one occaision (back when he worked for Verio) that he
would listen to loose /24's within the proper ranges if the registrys
would develop a workable microallocation policy.
And just recently seen on the ARIN-ANNOUNCE list:

  Proposal:  Establish a micro-assignment policy that would allow
             entities, using multihoming as justification, to obtain
             an assignment from ARIN longer than the current minimum
             assignment size of a /20.

This policy proposal discussion will take place on the public policy
mailing list ([email protected]).  Subscription information is available
Perhaps this discussion should move to that arena, as it seems that
even Verio will bend their filters to fit the RIR policies.

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