On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 11:00:46AM -0400, Sandra Murphy wrote:
> Query: why IPv4 only?
I'd support transferability of IPv6 resources too - but that is a
different topic and worthy of its own thread.
> If you are restricting transfers to the scarce resource, why say ASNs,
> not 16-bit ASNs?
Why restrict it to 16-bit ASNs? What is the benefit of such a
It seems somewhat discriminatory that older companies (who due to
historical reasons are more likely to have a 16-bit ASN) can transfer
their ASN to another RIR, while newcomers (more likely to have a 32-bit
ASN) are denied to opportunity to transfer their ASN.
I support transferability of all ASNs, small or large.
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