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Re: identifying ASN
- From: Ryan Tucker
- Date: Thu Feb 10 14:52:19 2000
That happened once with me today... I looked at it funny, showed it to a
couple other folks who also looked at it funny, and then tried again and
it worked. Sounds like some sort of overload condition with an inaccurate
Ryan Tucker <email@example.com> Unix Systems Administrator
NetAccess, Inc. Phone: +1 716 756-5596
3495 Winton Place, Building E, Suite 265, Rochester NY 14623 www.netacc.net
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Mark Kent wrote:
> With all this talk of tracing attacks I just noticed that
> whois -h whois.arin.net
> seems to not be as informative as it used to be.
> When looking up various ASN I sometimes get the information I want,
> but frequently I get:
> Sorry, you shouldn't see this record.
> No match for ASN "..."
> (Sample ASes are 2855, 5400, 9057, 11486)
> Did I miss some policy change?
> P.S. Fortunately, various radb-like entities still list
> information for a lot of ASes.