Why does Sprint have address filters again?

Charging reasonable costs (ie: the kind of fee that the Driver License
bureau charges, ergo, $10 or so) for the first ASN is reasonable.

Come on, you're not engaging in reasonable discourse here...

Karl Denninger (karl@MCS.Net)| MCSNet - Serving Chicagoland and Wisconsin


I'm not?

What kind of investigation is required to grant someone a *single* ASN?

Seriously. Its not like they are in particularly short supply (there are
~3900 unique ones in the routing tables right now). If they're close to
free (and the first one really ought to be) then you can also say "use it or
lose it", as it can be easily replaced if you need a "new" one.