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[rpd] New Policy Proposal Received - "Multihoming not required for ASN (AFPUB-2019-ASN-DRAFT01)"

Jaco Kroon jaco at
Thu Mar 28 13:07:25 UTC 2019


If you're not multihoming your upstream can simply point a static route 
towards you.  No need for an ASN.

Even if you're multihoming that's still possible, but in that case 
you're more likely to want the control that having an ASN gives you.

Kind Regards,

On 2019/03/25 17:17, Fernando Frediani wrote:
> Hello
> I want to give my support to the proposal for "Multhoming not required 
> for ASN" (AFPUB-2019-ASN-DRAFT01).
> As the author states in the summary and justification now a days 
> requiring Multihoming is something obsolete and nothing something 
> really necessary.
> With the exhaustion of IPv4 it becomes increasing important, specially 
> for newer companies to have their own IPv4 addresses as they will 
> hardly be able to have any reasonable size of allocations from 
> upstream providers as it used to be before. As also mentioned one may 
> wishes to have their own allocation and stable addresses, will not 
> depend from upstream providers and be able to announce their PI space.
> Fernando
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