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And so it ends...



David,

     That certainly could have an impact, since I imagine that 
corporations that large are purchasing nice big (expensive) 
connections.  Having said that the cases I am familiar with were all 
dealt with at the technical level and a "business" rep wasn't involved.  
The BGP teams at the various providers tend to have a strong respect 
(much more so than their business leadership) for the RIRs, RFCs, and 
the various informal practices we've all dealt with that keep the 
Internet moving properly.

On 2/3/2011 3:59 PM, david raistrick wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Feb 2011, Scott Helms wrote:
>
>> My 2 cents, in the few cases that we've been involved with that dealt 
>> with reclaiming space the backbone providers have universally 
>> followed what is in
>
> If that legacy block holder were, well, one of the legacy block 
> holders, would you as a backbone provider reject IBM or ATT or HP or 
> Apple, etc?
>
>
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> david raistrick        http://www.netmeister.org/news/learn2quote.html
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>
>


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