[lir-wg] AS Number Policy - continued
Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet woeber at cc.univie.ac.at
Thu Aug 1 15:07:55 CEST 2002
>Sure, becoming a LIR and obtaining an AS-Number are two very different things. >You dont need to be a LIR to get an AS-Number. You can apply for an AS-Number >as soon as you have routeable ip-space and 2 upstreams for BGP4 peering. >(Please correct me if they did change that recently) > To keep the administrative overhead small, I'ld suggest to let the new AS- > owner show at least two agreements within "x" month after the assignment of > the AS-# only if there are less than two verified peerings. I'ld see a > verified peering as a record in both AS's whois-entry _and_ seen on the RIPE > BGP-router (or on some other "neutral" point, like EP routers). ripe-227 (asnrequestform), issued 1 Octboer 2001 requires an "X-NCC-RegID:" I do not recall when exactly the NCC stopped to work on ((PI-)IP-Adress and AS Number) requests from Non-LIRs. It's been a while :-) Wilfried.
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