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Re: number of unaggregated class C's in swamp?
From: Michael Dillon <michael () junction net>
Date: Fri, 29 Sep 1995 23:08:29 -0700 (PDT)

On Fri, 29 Sep 1995, Noel Chiappa wrote:

I agree, but the latter does have the advantage of being easier to "police".
Getting a whole address block under a limit requires the cooperation of
everyone in the block, whereas filters (as we have seen) are easy to impose...

But may cause a lot of grief in the legal department. If N routes per 
block is a goal, not a hard and fast limit, then a sign that the goal is 
met will be when the Internet is using M /8 blocks and there are M * N 
routes. This could very well mean that providers are negotiating to allow 
N + 400 routes in one block in return for using N - 400 routes in another 
block. 

I think it is better to specify the goal rather than to specify the means 
of attaining that goal so that providers, customers, etc. have some choice.

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Memra Software Inc.                                 Fax: +1-604-542-4130
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