> Send the following form to Hostmaster@internic.net & email@example.com,
> changing the $NET_PREFIX to the network being returned.
(yes, the below is a different situation than the original poster)
And what exactly do you do if you have a small block (eg. /22) that you
have zero use for anymore and want to get rid of but it is not allocated
directly from the InterNIC but rather out of another provider's block (a
/16 in this case)?
As one of the grim-reapers of address space I'd like to point out a change
that should get placed into Phils RFC and an offer to the nanog community.
firstname.lastname@example.org is likely to be moot real soon now and
Kims response that this should change to email@example.com is
a viable replacement is almost ok. However I'd point out that
under the terms of the InterNic award, they were the NIC of first and
last resort. I don't beleive this is the case with ARIN.
Two, and perhaps of interest to members of this list,
I'm collecting prefixes again for reclaimation. I've done the traditional
/8 space twice and 192.0.0.0/8 once. Now I'm willing to
track any/all prefixes that you beleive should be returned.
I've already got a list of traditional /16s that folks think should
be returned and some /24s as well. I'll even do this for
small blocks as well.