What we really want to ask is, we are consider the possibility to
built part of our infrastructure in US just like many of colleague
here already does.
But we find out that we can not become member of ARIN unless we have
real company there.
Then after research, we found out that many EU company just simply
announced their Ripe range in the US for that purpose(to avoid any
problem I don't want name any, but you can search yourself). And more
after search, many company announced their backbone IP in US like
eurorings for example.
So, let's conclude:
1. you can announce IP outside of the region.
2. you are not limited to sell whoever is the customer(this customer
thing didn't really mentioned in any documentation).
Then as Tore said, why for example China telecom become member of Ripe
and transfer the IP away?
We must have sort of limit in the policy for that.
On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 10:29 AM, Sander Steffann <sander@stef...> wrote:
> Hi Tore,
>> You can announce them anywhere you like. But you cannot assign them to
>> end users outside outside of the region.
> This is not limited in policy. The LIR can assign resources to whoever their customers are.
> - Sander
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