Objects with Wrong Status

Status field of an inetnum object can be set to ALLOCATED PA or ALLOCATED PI only by RIPE NCC. ALLOCATED UNSPECIFIED is obsolete but still exists only for historical compatibility reasons. Address spaces assigned by Local Internet Registries should have ASSIGNED PA or ASSIGNED PI in their status lines, depending on their allocation type.

Example:

Consider the following objects:

inetnum: 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255
status: ALLOCATED PA
.
.

inetnum: 10.20.6.0 - 10.20.6.255
status: ALLOCATED PA
.
.


In this case, 10.20.6.0 - 10.20.6.255 has a wrong status line, since the status should rather be ASSIGNED.

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