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[rpd] Legacy holders?
silber.mike at gmail.com
Thu Jul 4 06:23:14 UTC 2019
On Wed, 03 Jul 2019 at 23:27, Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:
> Hi Mike
>> Your own employer operates (or had operated) perfectly lawfully in a
>> number of countries without a licence.
> Dont be confused Mike, a member can lodge the application for INR in one
> country and still use them in other countries within AFRICA. We are talking
> about the application process for INR and the country in which folks apply
> from and what I was saying is that so often, member services will request
> for a license from the regulator.
I think you are confused. You may want to check the history of AS37100.
You can tell me (off-list if you prefer) what licence and from which
regulator it held when it initially applied for resources?
> You are instead confusing with network operations.
> Again dont be confused, application for INR in one country to use them for
> numbering networks in that country and other countries within AFRICA in
> encouraged by AfriNIC, after all this is the mandate of AFRINIC, to
> allocate/assign INR resources for use within AFRICA to promote the
> development of the African Internet we we are doing.
I am not confused. What if an ISP operates perfectly lawfully without a
licence in any jurisdiction?
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