Emergency ARIN Contact?
Dan Mahoney, System Admin
danm at prime.gushi.org
Sat Sep 29 09:24:19 UTC 2007
Apologies if this is off-topic, but it appears something insidious (or at
least unfortunate) has happened to the netblock allocation for a company
I'm working with -- it's basically dropped off the face of the planet,
fairly recently. Conveniently, late on a friday, is when it was noticed.
..of course, this kills reverse DNS, which means all the clients are
unable to send mail, at all.
Does anyone know any of the following:
1) If there's an "emergency" contact at ARIN who can deal with off-hours
requests (if there's an expedite fee, I'm pretty sure it's willing to be
2) If there's a way of accessing historical WHOIS records and/or
changelogs? (i.e. does someone keep an archive?)
Thanks for any and all help.
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