As mentioned above "PI" blocks can be used for this. As such organizations
who can convince all ISPs in the DFZ that they are important enough to have
their own routing slot can cough up the dough and be there, others will just
have to do with this mechanism to get around.
by what method do you expect the dfz to start resisting new routes unless new
fees are paid? there is no historical precedent for such fees, nor for a
transition from no-fees to fees where all decisionmakers are third parties.
absent such a method, the network operators who dominate the bottom-up RIR
policy process are almost certainly going to make PI hard to qualify for.
which is why i'm asking for ULA-G.
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