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[I-coordination] How SMALL is the Legacy Internet ?...smaller than you thought ?

Techno CAT mars.techno.cat at gmail.com
Sun Dec 8 22:22:06 CET 2013


How SMALL is the Legacy Internet ?

1. #NANOG documents the major players as [1]
2. A single #BASE32 Symbol {0,A-Z,12389} can describe ALL of the major
players - 5-bits
3. MPLS fields can help you recover the Lost Bits of the SHIFTED
Source Address [ MPLS is outside of the IPv4 or IPv3 Header ]

[1]
# qwest, ntta, uu, att, xo, level3,
# cogent, sprint, aol, cw, gx, dt, ft
# mfn, teleglobe, telia, tiscali, microsoft, btn, seabone
# twtc
my @major_network = ("209", "2914", "701", "7018", "2828", "3356",
        "174", "1239", "1668", "3561", "3549", "3320", "5511",
        "6461", "6453", "1299", "3257", "3491", "6762",
        "4323",
        );

How SMALL is the Legacy Internet ?

What if you reply to the wrong SHIFTED Source Address ?
Can your reply be FIXED ? ...by a more evolved player ?

Should the 32 Major Players have the initial IPv4 Allocations ?
http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ipv4-address-space.txt

00 - 209 - qwest
01 - 2914 - ntta
02 - 701 - uu
03 - 7018 - att
...
29 - 3491 - btn
30 - 6762 - seabone
31 - 4323 - twtc

When does ICANN IANA plan to Level this Playing Field ?
http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ipv4-address-space.txt

"Digital Equipment Corporation" ?? Seriously ? 1994 ?

What year is it ? the year of the C at T ?

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