Re: A draft RFC relating to the address space

Paul Mockapetris <pvm@isi.edu> Thu, 02 March 1995 19:46 UTC

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From: Paul Mockapetris <pvm@isi.edu>

> 
>     The IANA will delegate to regional (and other) registries the task of
>     making specific address allocations to network service providers and
>     other subregional registries.
>     
> 
> i thought at least one of the current numbering plans allowed for indiviual's
> to get addresses (like they do now, with version 4).
> 
> is there a reason you dont have this in the text?

Not that I can think of.  Jon, can we add this?

paul
 
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