132.0.0.0/10 not in the databases

Rafi Sadowsky rafi-nanog at meron.openu.ac.il
Tue Nov 27 16:56:40 UTC 2001


 Says who ? - maybe you didn't check the right one ?

>whois -h whois.radb.net 132.0.0.0
route:         132.0.0.0/10
descr:         DISA, DSAC
               P. O. Box 1605
               Columbus
               OH 43216-5002, USA
origin:        AS568
member-of:     RS-COMM_US_FED
mnt-by:        MAINT-AS568
changed:       nsfnet-admin at merit.edu 19940819
source:        RADB

On Tue, 27 Nov 2001, Leo Bicknell wrote:

>
>
> 132.0.0.0/10 is floating around:
>
> route-views.oregon-ix.net>show ip bgp 132.0.0.0/10
> BGP routing table entry for 132.0.0.0/10, version 12484641
> Paths: (43 available, best #41)
>   Advertised to non peer-group peers:
>     64.166.72.140
>   4513 13646 5696 568, (aggregated by 568 198.26.128.1)
>     195.66.224.82 from 195.66.224.82 (209.10.12.222)
>       Origin IGP, metric 7602, localpref 100, valid, external, atomic-aggregate
>
> [snip, route-views has more than a page of entries for it]
>
> However, it doesn't apprar to be registered:
>
> % whois -h whois.arin.net 132.0.0.0
> No match for "132.0.0.0".
>
> 568 regisitered to disa.mil, and a number of longer prefixes
> inside the /10 are registered to .mil addresses:
>
> % whois -h whois.arin.net 132.15.0.0
> Kadena Air Base (NET-KADENA-NET)
>    Bldg 792, Kadena AB JA
>    APO, AP 96368-5149
>    US
>
> The question is, do they legitimately own the whole /10?  If
> so, why isn't it marked in the databases?
>
>




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