Who has AS 1712?

Eric Brunner-Williams brunner at nic-naa.net
Mon Nov 23 20:03:45 CST 2009


Jared Mauch wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 07:58:00AM +0900, Randy Bush wrote:
>   
>>> It's not just AS1712.  AS1707 - AS1726 appear to all have been
>>> allocated to Renater.  AS1707 was ERX'd to RIPE on Sep 9, 2002, but it
>>> appears that AS1708-AS1726 were missed and have subsequently been
>>> reallocated by ARIN (between Aug 18 and Aug 21, 2009)
>>>       
>> this failure is one of the joys of per-rir trust anchors
>>     
>
> 	I don't see operators jumping at the idea of central trust anchor
> myself, no more than I see everyone ready to sign the root zone.
>   

Not everyone gets to sign the IANA root zone.


> 	I see some gTLD and ccTLD operators ready, but not all gTLD and ccTLD
> operators want it signed.  There is perhaps the same issue here.
>   

I'm looking at the registry service requests for .museum, .org, .com/.net/.name, .biz, and writing .cat's.

What gTLD operators are you looking at?
What ccTLD operators are you looking at?



> 	Then again, ARIN doesn't say that an allocated resource is actually
> usable, they've specifically ducked that one in the past with address
> space on blacklists or bogon filters... I am curious to see their response
> now.
>
> 	- Jared
>
>   





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