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stla registry db issue



On Thu, 23 Dec 1999, Bill Manning wrote:
> 
> 	Er, that is pretty much exactly the point I was trying to make.
> 	If Brian is right and that group is successful in restricting 
> 	announcements to /29's, how much space is wasted for the sixty
> 	nodes that form the cluster "www.bigco.com" that has connections
> 	to 20 major ISPs?

But is "bigco.com" a transit IPv6 provider?  My understanding is that if
it isn't, it should never be allocated its own TLA.  It should receive a
small block from each of its ISPs.  Or am I missing something?

Michael

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