eric at telic.us
Tue Dec 11 15:00:20 UTC 2012
Absolutely. I'd rather see it done responsibly. It's hard to get rid of
bad data/incorrect data/stale data and it shouldn't be. If done properly,
it would be much friendlier. There is incentive for people to put data in
but not to remove the other.
From: christopher.morrow at gmail.com [mailto:christopher.morrow at gmail.com] On
Behalf Of Christopher Morrow
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 8:51 AM
To: Eric Krichbaum
Cc: Chuck Church; nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: RADB entry
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 8:31 AM, Eric Krichbaum <eric at telic.us> wrote:
> The origin being entered by a
> provider as their own allows them to add the prefix (and have it
> accepted by anyone who filters them by prefix generated) without being
> forced to add a downstream (and downstream's downstreams) AS to their
'proxy registration'... so nice... now you can't control your prefix data in
radb, how quaint!
'proxy registration' - never a good idea... not ever... adding cruft that's
not connected to the data owner to the database? recipe for
stale/old-n-busted data... hurray.
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