Provider-aggregatable address space

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Provider-aggregatable address space is a block of IP addresses assigned by a Regional Internet Registry to an Internet Service Provider which can be aggregated into a single route advertisement for improved Internet routing efficiency.[1]

Unlike provider-independent address space, the end-user of address blocks within a provider-supplied space cannot reuse the addresses if they change up-stream connectivity providers.

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