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Re: IP Prefixes are allocated ..
- From: Henry Linneweh
- Date: Mon Nov 28 12:38:33 2005
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I suggest this should be common across ripe, apnic and
lacnic, Routing Information Service
that should help the current situation with services
already in place
--- Owen DeLong <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> IP prefixes are NOT allocated to AS numbers, they
> are allocated to
> just like AS numbers.
> Perhaps this is part of why you can't find such a
> --On November 28, 2005 11:45:58 AM +0530 Glen Kent
> > to different Autonomous systems.
> > Is there a central/distributed database somewhere
> that can tell me
> > that this particular IP prefix (say x.y.z.w) has
> been given to foo AS
> > number?
> > I tried searching through all the WHOIS records
> for a domain name. I
> > get the IP address but i dont get the AS number.
> > Any clues on how i can get the AS number?
> > Glen
> If this message was not signed with gpg key
> 0FE2AA3D, it's probably
> a forgery.