[db-wg] RE: Hierarchical authorisation failed, request forwarded to maint aine r ???
Koepp, Karsten Karsten.Koepp at lambdanet.net
Tue Nov 5 10:43:53 CET 2002
Hi Harald, The database checks for matching and less specific routes first. If such a route exists (that's the case here), mnt-routes is required in this route object. And the mntners in the inetnum are being ignored. There was a lenghty discussion about the reasons of this procedure. I don't find that appropriate but maybe others can summarize why not to check the inetnum first. The outcome for me is, that whenever you want to give mnt-routes to somebody else, only do it in a route with your own AS as origin, but that's not applicable for PI. Regards Karsten > -----Original Message----- > From: Harald.Singer at tesion.de [mailto:Harald.Singer at tesion.de] > Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 5:59 PM > To: db-wg at ripe.net > Subject: Hierarchical authorisation failed, request forwarded to > maintaine r ??? > > > Hello, > > i have the problem to create a route-object for a customer of me. The > customer will transfer his PI-Network (18.104.22.168/24, I´m > CNSPLUS-MNT) > from another ISP into my AS. And of course a > mnt-routes:CNSPLUS-MNT exists. > I need to create the new route-object, but i get the error: > "Hierarchical > authorisation failed, request forwarded to maintainer." I > think I should be > able to create such an object without assistance from another ISP. > > - As the ISP and I are using Crypt-PW I don´t want to send a > mail with my > password to this ISP (like the proposal from Daniel in this WG). > > - Some time ago i was able to create such objects without any > assistance, > what was the reason to change this behaviour? > > - The discussion some weeks ago doesn´t have any hints for a > solution, or i > missed it. > > - Do you have any proposal to create the object? > > Regards > > Harald > > -- > Harald Singer Telefon: +49 (0)711/2021-847 > tesion )) Telekommunikation Telefax: +49 (0)711/2021-93-847 > Systemingenieur / CCIE #7326 Mobil: +49 (0)178/2021-847 > Kriegsbergstrasse 11 Mail: harald.singer at tesion.de > D-70174 Stuttgart Web: http://www.tesion.de >
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