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RE: [RRG] Consensus check: renumbering
|> Assuming current renumbering technology, what amount of renumbering
|> can be required in the RRG's recommended routing architecture?
|"current renumbering technology" could mean a whole lot of things
|including typing in new addresses.
Indeed. Current techology includes a lot of manual work, scripting, and
DHCP. In some cases, it may also involve some site management tools. I'm
told that Tivoli, for example, can help with this.
|"amount" doesn't provide any value
|and can't be quantified to any value.
The amount is specified in the options of the poll:
1. None at all
2. Once only
3. Once per ISP added or dropped
|And "RRG recommend
|is also vague. Does it mean a new routing architecture or the Loc/ID
|split architectures we have been discussing?
Yes. Again, the RRG is chartered to recommend a new routing and addressing
architecture. Currently the locator/identifier split has the largest
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