route policy (Re: Public shaming list for ISPs announcing other ISPs IP space by mistake)

Sandy Murphy sandy at tislabs.com
Fri Aug 15 08:39:30 CDT 2008


On Fri, 15 Aug 2008 13:56:09 +0300 (EEST), Pekka Savola wrote:

>I'm not sure I follow.  Many of these aliens are in fact registered in 
>RADB, so AFAICS, there that is no reason for them to be registered in 
>RIPE DB.
>
>On the other hand, some want to register them in RIPE DB because some 
>operators just want to use RIPE DB e.g. for data consistency etc. 
>reasons.  But putting data without practically any authorization in 
>RIPE DB doesn't seem to be a useful model in the long run.

As I understand things, the "without practically any authorization"
model holds for *everything* registered in the RADB.  Right?


If that's not a useful model for the RIPE DB, what about the RADB?

--Sandy

P.S.  Not to pick on the RADB.  Most IRRs, as I understand it,
enforce little in the way of authorization.  It's just that the RADB
was mentioned.




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