[db-wg] Is it possible to choose your own NIC Handle when creating ROLE objects?
denis ripedenis at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Apr 30 23:25:59 CEST 2016
Hi Anand, Øystein On 30/04/2016 16:58, Anand Buddhdev wrote: > On 30/04/16 14:02, Øystein Gåsdal wrote: > > Hi Øystein, > >> Hello, and thank you for your answer. >> But I think I need to be spoonfed about this… > > Denis has already provided a good answe. But let me help more with an > example. > >> So according to the rules, the NIC-handle can be something like this: >> >> ALE-ADMIN-C ? > > No, you may not have 2 dashes in the NIC handle. You can only have a NIC > handle of the form: > > XXX > > or > > XXX-YYY > > The first part (XXX) has to start with 2-4 letters, and optionally up to > 6 digits. The -YYY part is optional, but if present, must be a dash, > followed by up to 9 letters. Here are some valid examples: > > ALE > ALE-RIPE > ALE1234 > AL345-RIPE > ALE90-KOMMUNE Almost :) But after the '-' you can only use a source name, like 'RIPE, 'APNIC', etc. so ALE90-KOMMUNE is not allowed cheers denis > > But the following are NOT allowed: > > ALE-ADMIN-C > AL023 > ALESUND > > > Regards, > Anand >
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