[consult] Call for Consultation: ARIN WHOIS Directory Services

michael.c.loevner at verizon.com michael.c.loevner at verizon.com
Wed Jul 25 10:36:52 EDT 2007

The limit actually doesn't exist for queries that are preceded with !>, 
like a !>(nethandle) will produce more than 256 records currently.


"Charles Gucker" <cgucker at onesc.net> 
07/25/2007 10:30 AM

Michael C. Loevner/EMPL/VA/Verizon at VZNotes
consult at arin.net
Re: [consult] Call for Consultation: ARIN WHOIS Directory Services

> The CIDR queries should allow us to query a portion of a registered 
> as well as across multiple registered blocks.  The only caveat is the
> number of records returned possbly bogging down the database.  Maybe 
> should there be a limit on the number of records or the length of the
> prefix that can be queried.

        From the previous topic on consult, the limit is set to 256
records (or is it 255).   So one would assume this limit would still
hold true.


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