ALLOCATED UNSPECIFIED ???
Anne Marcel Roorda marcel at slowthinkers.net
Mon Jun 10 20:06:44 CEST 2002
Hi Marcus, inetnum: 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11 netname: DE-EUNET-193-96-193-103 admin-c: HE15-RIPE tech-c: HE15-RIPE status: ALLOCATED UNSPECIFIED mnt-by: RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT mnt-lower: UUNETDE-I role: Hostmaster UUNET Deutschland e-mail: hostmaster at de.uu.net nic-hdl: HE15-RIPE Please contact hostmaster at de.uu.net if they have not yet contacted you directly. ALLOCATED means that the block has been given to a LIR for further assignment. UNSPECIFIED means that the LIR may either do PI or PA assignments from this block (or is a legacy allocation). All INETNUM objects that do not have a status: line should be treated as ASSIGNED PI. From ripe-238: <quote> 3.6.5 Protection of route object space The route object creation must satisfy several authentication criteria. It must match the authentication specified in the aut-num and the authentication specified in either a route object or, if no applicable route object is found, then an inetnum. Finally the creation must be authorised by the maintainer of the route object itself referenced by the "mnt-by:" attribute of the object. When checking for prefix authorisation, an exact route object prefix match is checked for first. If there is no exact match, then a longest prefix match that is less specific than the prefix is searched for. If the route prefix search fails, then a search is performed for an inetnum object that exactly matches the prefix or for the most specific inetnum object that is less specific than the route object submission. The aut-num object used for authentication checks is referenced by the "origin:" attribute of the route object. A route object must pass authorisation from both the referenced aut-num object and the route or inetnum object. Authorisation shall be tested using the maintainer(s) referenced in the "mnt-routes:" attribute(s) first. If that check fails, the "mnt-lower:" attributes are checked. If that check fails, the "mnt-by:" attributes are used for the authorisation check. </quote> Regards, - marcel In message <B7D4A6AD0130014A8710EF0B160C6FC703AB9794 at franoa01.de.eu.colt>, Marc us.Ruchti at colt.de writes: > Hello, > > we've problems with creating a route object for > the network 18.104.22.168/24. > Sony Europe is our customer and told us, > this network is their PI space, but the status for the whole > IP block is ALLOCATED UNSPECIFIED ! > What does this mean an how can I create (or who) > a route object for this network ? <Snip>
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