A translation (was Re: An update from the ICANN ISPCP meeting...)

goemon at anime.net goemon at anime.net
Mon Oct 27 20:32:15 UTC 2014


On Mon, 27 Oct 2014, Eric Brunner-Williams wrote:
> On 10/27/14 10:12 AM, goemon at anime.net wrote:
>> If you can't be bothered to have correct contact info, your packets go into 
>> the scavenger queue. Or get redirected to a webpage explaining why your 
>> network is blocked until you correct it.
>> 
>> Your customers will be the ones complaining to you. 
> the (icann accredited) registrar which accepted {bogus|non-verified|accurate} 
> registrant data at some point in time less than 10 years ago which is now 
> {bogus|non-verified|accurate|aged-out} is likely to be providing dns for the 
> domain in question, or the dns is likely to be provided by the registrant, so 
> the "packets [DO NOT] go into the scavenger queue." NOR are they "redirected 
> ..."

I should clarify I was thinking about whois on the IP blocks and/or ASN. 
not dns for domain names.

if your network is spewing sewage, there should be some way to contact 
you. if you are uninterested in being contacted, there's always RBLs I 
guess.

-Dan


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