[anti-abuse-wg] weird ERX networks ?
Chris chrish at consol.net
Mon Mar 26 12:01:16 CEST 2012
hi! On 03/26/2012 11:43 AM, Frank Gadegast wrote: > It could be, that this specific network was announced once and isnt anymore today. ris says: (fist seen) (last seen) 220.127.116.11/18 25512 CDT-AS CD-Telematika a.s. 2012-01-23 07:45:22 UTC 2012-03-16 11:38:08 UTC > My main question was, why ARIN and LACNIC are saying, that > they belong to RIPE and RIPE is saying, that they belong to AFRINIC > and AFRINIC is saying, that they are worldwide. well, arin doesn't get it, ripe and lacnic are consistent. i don't find this surprising. 0/0 matches any address, and discussing the actual content of an 'all' allocation wouldn't help anyone i guess... that there's no assignment simply seems to be true. > Should not any resource belong to one of the RIRs (even if its PI space) ? it's obvious it's allocated to afrinic. i think a rir's whois policy on its own allocation objects isn't really relevant for users. at least when it's not 'my' RIR i wouldn't feel like it's my business... regards, Chris