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Re: De-bogon not possible via arin policy.
From: "Justin M. Streiner" <streiner () cluebyfour org>
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 09:07:50 -0500 (EST)
On Wed, 14 Dec 2011, David Conrad wrote:
I'm confused. When justifying 'need' in an address allocation request,
what difference does it make whether an address in use was allocated by
an RIR or was squatted upon? Last I heard, renumbering out of (say) RFC
1918 space into public space was still a justification for address
space. Has this changed?
I tend to think of squatting in the sense of using a resource (could be an
IP address block, could be an empty house, could be just about anything)
that the person who is using it does not have permission to do so. I
would think that definition holds up even when taking into account that
people do not own their IP address allocations. An RIR or ISP assigning
address space to a particular entity would establish a legitimate (but
not irrevocable) claim to use a block of address space.
Squatting is maybe one notch above hijacking in this sense.
Re: De-bogon not possible via arin policy. Leo Bicknell (Dec 15)
Re: De-bogon not possible via arin policy. Scott Weeks (Dec 15)