Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-27 Thread Tom DeReggi
, 2006 6:29 PM Subject: Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application On Mon, September 25, 2006 1:30 pm, Tom DeReggi wrote: I thought a /20 was the minimum allocation. Also not sure that it would be cost justified for IP blocks smaller than /19 all things considered. From the ARIN NRPM (abridged): You can't

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread Carl A Jeptha
That is what we need right now. But we need even more to go forward and we need to know we can have it. You have a Good Day now, Carl A Jeptha http://www.airnet.ca Office Phone: 905 349-2084 Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm skype cajeptha David E. Smith wrote: Carl A Jeptha wrote: We

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread Carl A Jeptha
We, upstream and ourselves, want the capability to use whoever we want (multihomed) for our connection. You have a Good Day now, Carl A Jeptha http://www.airnet.ca Office Phone: 905 349-2084 Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm skype cajeptha Matt Liotta wrote: David E. Smith wrote: (ARIN

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread David E. Smith
Carl A Jeptha wrote: We, upstream and ourselves, want the capability to use whoever we want (multihomed) for our connection. For you, that could be a problem. If you're only using 30 or so IP addresses, you probably won't be able to independently multihome. (Most Tier 1 ISPs won't accept or

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread Matt Liotta
You will need to be able to justify at least a /24 to be multi-homed and you will need to be able to justify at least a /22 to get your own IPs. -Matt Carl A Jeptha wrote: We, upstream and ourselves, want the capability to use whoever we want (multihomed) for our connection. You have a Good

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread Tom DeReggi
General List wireless@wispa.org Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 9:23 AM Subject: Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application You will need to be able to justify at least a /24 to be multi-homed and you will need to be able to justify at least a /22 to get your own IPs. -Matt Carl A Jeptha wrote: We

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread Matt Liotta
Tom DeReggi wrote: I thought a /20 was the minimum allocation. Also not sure that it would be cost justified for IP blocks smaller than /19 all things considered. When it comes to IPs you can't cost justify it since you can't justify a larger block, but need the protection of not having to

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread Dylan Oliver
On 9/25/06, Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I thought a /20 was the minimum allocation.Also not sure that it would be cost justified for IP blocks smaller than /19all things considered./22 IFF multi-homed. http://www.arin.net/registration/guidelines/ipv4_initial_alloc.html-- Dylan

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-25 Thread David E. Smith
On Mon, September 25, 2006 1:30 pm, Tom DeReggi wrote: I thought a /20 was the minimum allocation. Also not sure that it would be cost justified for IP blocks smaller than /19 all things considered. From the ARIN NRPM (abridged): You can't multihome unless you have at least a /24, but ARIN

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-24 Thread David E. Smith
Carl A Jeptha wrote: My upstream is trying to obtain a set of ip numbers to use between ourselves, but ARIN is rejecting the application because they feel that we do not require or have use for our own ip numbers. If you're trying to get the IPs for your network, you should probably apply

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-24 Thread Carl A Jeptha
We ourselves, right now need 32. And no, we are not multi-homed. You have a Good Day now, Carl A Jeptha http://www.airnet.ca Office Phone: 905 349-2084 Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm skype cajeptha David E. Smith wrote: Carl A Jeptha wrote: My upstream is trying to obtain a set of ip

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-24 Thread David E. Smith
Carl A Jeptha wrote: We ourselves, right now need 32. And no, we are not multi-homed. 32, as in a total of 32 IP addresses? If that's the case, they shouldn't need to involve ARIN at all. They should just SWIP that little teensy allocation out of their own space to you. (ARIN usually

Re: [WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-24 Thread Matt Liotta
David E. Smith wrote: (ARIN usually doesn't need to be involved unless you're working with at least a /22 allocation, which is 1024 IPs.) ARIN could be involved if you have a swiped /24 or bigger and want to multi-home. -Matt -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org

[WISPA] ARIN IP Application

2006-09-23 Thread Carl A Jeptha
My upstream is trying to obtain a set of ip numbers to use between ourselves, but ARIN is rejecting the application because they feel that we do not require or have use for our own ip numbers. Any tips would be appreciated in assisting to achieve this. -- You have a Good Day now, Carl A