SORBS on autopilot?

Ken Chase math at sizone.org
Mon Jan 11 09:48:00 CST 2010


Anyone got some pointers on how to get off SORBS' Dynamic IP lists?

We've followed their RFC proposed static reverse DNS assignment naming and all
elements of their FAQ.

We are not spammers. The /24 in question isnt listed on any RBLs except SORBS DUL.

We've submitted requests in various different formats, but get a robot reply
and -ENOJOY.

We've even had our upstream that is listed at the RIR as managing the supernet
of our BGP announced prefixes submit requests to delist for the /24, but
we are only ever replied to by a robot that lists 67.196.137.0/24 as
dynamic except .163 (somehow manually excluded from their db, I think when
they werent adrift in years past). Our upstream's techs are also at a loss now
and suggested I seek arcane clue amongst the sages here.

Pointers appreciated.

/kc
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