Dave P. writes:
> There is also the issue of whether an IP address you
> acquire from a source other than the ISP you subscribe
> to interferes with address aggregation. If large numbers
> of holes are punched in ISP CIDR blocks, aggregation
> fails, routing tables grow beyond what can be sored in
> current router resources, and we are hosed.
This happens today. The basic premise is that once delegated, its
> At 8:48 PM 4/10/95, Mark Kosters wrote:
> >That is correct. Plus we are running out of class C space. With our
> >current growth rates, we will be out of class C's withing the next
> >two years.
The basic problem here is that people are -STILL- thinking in terms
of classfull addressing. These things aren't "C" addresses, they
are /24 prefixes.
Now when we start carving up /8 space into /24 allocations, that will