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[rpd] Statistics on IPV4 allocation in Africa as of 2016

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at
Sun Jun 19 08:59:20 UTC 2016

On 18/Jun/16 15:24, Arnaud AMELINA wrote:

> Yes It's easy to say when it suits you, my network, my rules. Don't
> tell me how to run my network. As long as there is about the
> relationship between you and your customer Afrinic has absolutely
> nothing to do there, but when you use resources that belong to a
> community for which Afrinic is the guarantor, please, don't comeout
> with this argument.
> The resources made available by Afrinic are resources allocated based
> on the needs and if those needs disappear resources should be restored
> to Afrinic. They are not sold resources, but allocated (made
> available). So the argument don' t tell me how to run my network does
> not fit in this case, you must comply with Afrinic requirements ,
> otherwise the service will be interrupted to you. It's that simple.
> but you are turning around the bush.

And what, exactly, is AFRINIC's requirements that I need to comply with?

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