RE: Verio Decides what parts of the internet to drop

It's a PITA and not the cleanest of methods, but until all the backbones
quit filtering /24s it's what we have to do. The other alternative (and
we've considered it) is to obtain a much larger space directly from ARIN and
burn the unused space.

So which is worse for the net, a table full of /24s or a table
full of /19s and no address space left? The hope is
registry policy will stop people from getting /19s. Hope
doesn't scale.