ARIN sucks? was Re: Kremen's Buddy?
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virendra.rode at gmail.com
Thu Sep 14 15:41:56 UTC 2006
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Alain Hebert wrote:
> All our experiences consulting our clients about how to get their AS
> and Subnets have been pretty easy and fast.
> First get enought IP from 2 Peer to justify at least a /21;
> Now that you have 2 Peer, request the AS and a Subnet from ARIN;
> Take a day or 2 to prepare the paperwork;
> Submit it in the right sequence to ARIN;
> And LISTEN to your ARIN rep, they know how the procedure must be done
> and will help your get it done correctly.
> Simple really.
I'm in the process of obtaining PI & ASN for my customer. Looking at
ARIN's template, it appears to be pretty straight forward.
2. ORG ID
3. AS Number
4. End-User Network Request (/22)
Provided there aren't any issues with the filings, this entire process
shouldn't take more than 1 week tops.
> Hank Nussbacher wrote:
>>> Richard A Steenbergen wrote:
>>>> Try looking at it from an outsider's point of view instead. If
>>>> you're new to dealing with ARIN, it is not uncommon to find the
>>>> process is absolutely baffling, frustrating, slow, expensive, and
>>>> requiring intrusive disclosure just shy of an anal cavity probe.
>> I recently had to do the ARIN process for a customer from beginning to
>> end. Never had experience with ARIN, nor its methods or templates
>> (only RIPE experience).
>> Took 5 weeks to get a /19 and then an additional 4 weeks to get the
>> ASN. YMMV.
>> -Hank Nussbacher
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