Chris Wedgwood wrote:
On Thu, Nov 19, 1998 at 08:37:28PM +0000, Andy Linton wrote:
No. It's still a /20 with a single /24 hole
punched in it. If the
net ends up with a policy that only allows prefixes up to /20 on
the backbone then the bozo who moves and won't renumber looses. He
may 'own' the address space but it's no damn use to him.
You missed my point, a /20 with a /24 hole in it means we end up
having to make multiple routes where there was one. This becomes
more work for administrators when creating access lists, etc.
We end up with one additional route.
Arguably, you can leave the /20 and create a /24 with a different
gateway in some circumstances, but this I beleive is also going to be
Arguably, I'd argue that's precisely what you do.
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