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Re: arin ip request info

  • From: Jeff Nelson
  • Date: Fri May 09 15:50:08 2003

I don't have one I can show you, but a couple words:
The first one is definitely the hardest justification

Make sure you've already got your POCs for your ORG-ID, and you use those for the NET-ISP
(if you don't there is another template you must fill out: ORG-detail)

If you aren't listing a bunch of SWIPs or a ton of URLs you host, you had better give a good description of your business model--and be prepared to answer questions (each with a 2-3 day turn around).

If you're getting your first /20 portable, you must state that will begin migrating your existing /21 (s) back to the ISP in a "timely" manner.

If you really get stuck, or you don't fully understand their reply questions, give them a call; they're tough on granting, but they are there to help.


Steve Rude([email protected])@03/05/09 12:26:
> Can someone please send me a copy of your arin request for additional IP
> space?  We have filled our initial ISP allocation, and we want to follow
> the proper procedure for the least delay.  I figure if I see someone's
> request that has successfully requested more space, then I will have the
> least delays in the allocation process.
> Also, no, I don't want to buy your /16, go away. :)
> TIA.
> Steve Rude

Jeff Nelson
Network Engineer
Rackspace Managed Hosting
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