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RE: ASN registry?

  • From: Michael Hallgren
  • Date: Mon Aug 19 16:29:01 2002

>
> > aut-num              AS1221, inverse
> > as-name              ASN-TELSTRA
> > descr                Telstra Pty Ltd
> > descr                Locked Bag No. 5744
> > descr                GPO, Canberra, ACT, 2601
> > country              AU
> > admin-c              GH105-AP, inverse
> > tech-c               DW187-AP, inverse
> > remarks              AS assigned by the former InterNIC
> > mnt-by               MAINT-AS1221, inverse
> > changed              hostmaster@apnic.net 20000131
> > source               APNIC
> 
> Interesting. So then, how did that happen?
> 

Old network.

> as-block:    AS1 - AS1876
> descr:       ARIN ASN block
> remarks:     These AS numbers are further assigned by ARIN
> remarks:     to ARIN members and end-users in the ARIN region
> admin-c:     ARIN1-RIPE
> tech-c:      ARIN1-RIPE
> mnt-by:      RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
> mnt-lower:   RIPE-NCC-NONE-MNT
> changed:     ripe-dbm@ripe.net 20010423
> source:      RIPE
> 
> 
> Is that just a general mess at the top where, in general, ARIN is in
> charge but not always? Or just a special situation?
> 
> Andy


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