from testing ingress is evenly split on a C block subnet, atleast between vetted nodes… when we tested this our precision was down to like 1% of difference between each C block subnet, no matter the number of nodes, think we mainly had people with 1 - 4 nodes
the ingress was insanely accurate in distribution, we didn’t have any unvetted nodes, but it would be interesting to run some tests on that… and since ingress distribution can be 1% accurate we should be able to fair accurately see the data taken by an unvetted node if its 5%…
when ingress picks up again… i doubt it’s as granularity at this low level of data transmission
i doubt unvetted nodes get additional data allocated to a certain subnet, because that could then be abused, however my testing with unvetted nodes is fairly limited.
best i can say from my own testing is that unvetted nodes get a low amount of data compared to vetted nodes.
so yeah feel free to argue about it, it can be proved by testing, and if there is an advantage to having unvetted nodes, then it should be changed, so really … i don’t think it matters.
also exploiting bugs, while maybe not strictly enforced at present, will not be accepted long term… so do try to not make the list.