The block message is 521 DNSRBL: Blocked for abuse

Tammy Firefly tammy-lists at
Thu Sep 19 00:16:42 UTC 2013

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On 9/18/13 6:10 PM, David Miller wrote:
> On 9/18/2013 7:30 PM, Andrew D Kirch wrote:
>> On 9/18/2013 7:15 PM, Tammy Firefly wrote:
>>> On 9/18/13 5:07 PM, Andrew D Kirch wrote:
>>>> On 9/18/2013 6:55 PM, Tammy Firefly wrote:
>>>>>> I used to run the AHBL and ARIN used to contact us when
>>>>>> they recycled IP space.  We always removed when contacted
>>>>>> by ARIN.
>>>>>> Andrew
>>>>> ARIN hasnt contacted us for this since i've been involved
>>>>> with the ahbl for ~5 years. just a FYI.
>>>> Well, it'd seem we found the problem then.
>>>> Andrew
>>> Ive know ARIN is a problem for a lotta years andrew :P  When
>>> we contacted them and asked them to do it again we got told its
>>> against policies blablablabla.
>> (replying to list with Tammy's permission) This is pathetic.
>> ARIN is supposed to be working as a steward of this IP space.
>> When you have policies that make it more difficult to use the IP
>> space this isn't even remotely close to stewardship. It's
>> pathetic, with the policy making a quick turn around of releasing
>> old IP space when you get an allocation, that ARIN is leaving
>> innocent third parties who have paid ARIN large sums of money for
>> this space. ARIN, frankly you can suck it.  It's time to grow up
>> and behave how you were intended to.
>> Andrew
> If only there was a way for anyone to get a daily report of number 
> resource allocations...
>  First link.
> -DMM

Those also are statistics not actual IP block numbers being

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