|I completely disagree. Keeping significant reserves of IPv4 on the shelf such that it can effectively never be utilized makes absolutely no sense to me.|
I think that reserving a /9 is prudent and provides more than enough cushion for any foreseeable growth in the APNIC region after IPv4 runout. I think that a /8 is, as the math has shown, excessive and that failing to correct this will actually present an image of poor resource management to the broader community impacted by this decision.
On Jan 20, 2011, at 2:20 AM, Matthew Moyle-Croft wrote: