From: Kai (no email)
Date: Thu Sep 21 1995 - 23:24:11 EDT
As my company (belcom.net) as gotten the 126.96.36.199/22 network
assignment as recently as _10_ days ago (from the Internic, after
endless fights against the small brains that wouldn't want to see
the usefulness of route aggregation; and yes: it's routed by Sprint),
isn't the Internic committing some terrible crime against the public ,
err: network , here ?
Now, would someone please explain in no more than 5-10 lines why the
old class-A and class-B space is NOT hacked into smaller than /8 and
/16 assignments, or at least shouldn't ?
--- Kai Schlichting Internet Project Manager, BelCom, Inc. 515 Madison Ave Suite 2100 NY,NY 10022 212-705-9500 (voice) 212-755-0864 (fax)