Need ARIN routing registry help
khuon at NEEBU.Net
Fri Mar 7 22:29:25 UTC 2014
On 07/03/14 14:23, Meshier, Brent wrote:
> Already spoke to Merit, their response "That's what ARIN is telling us. They correct their Routing Registry, ours will change to match"
What does the source attribute on the object say? If it's RADB then
Merit should be able to help you get the objects cleaned up. But if the
source points to ARIN then the original object data is stored in the
ARIN IRR you'll have to bug ARIN to get the object cleaned. The NRTM at
whois.radb.net should pick up the changes.
> -----Original Message-----
> On 07/03/2014 22:12, Meshier, Brent wrote:
>> Level3 won't let us advertise our netblock because RADB shows it owned
>> by Telkom South Africa, but it's clearly assigned to us by ARIN. I've
>> raised a question with ARIN, could really use someone there that could
>> expedite. On that note, when ARIN re-assigns networks, shouldn't they
>> clear out related entries in the routing registry?
> Because they don't control entries in the Merit RADB and hassling them won't get anything removed from there.
> Why not send an email to radb-support at merit.edu instead, and ask them to delete the entry in whois.radb.net?
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