[consult] Call for Consultation: ARIN WHOIS Directory Services
heather.schiller at verizonbusiness.com
Thu Jul 26 16:15:07 EDT 2007
On Thu, 26 Jul 2007, Edward Lewis wrote:
> At 9:09 -0700 7/26/07, David Williamson wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 09:09:25PM +0000, Heather Schiller wrote:
>>> I support the existing suggestions of:
>>> -support for CIDR queries
> BTW, as this was the original question of the consultation, I support this
>>> -Clearly Mark Early Registration records with ERX as RIPE does - and
>>> remove the ERX marking when a resource is brought uptodate/under RSA
>> Yes, please. This one seems pretty easy, frankly.
> I asked for this on PPML before:
> Got no takers...
> ..so, yes, I would actively support that suggestion.
>>> -Be able to enter a POC handle and get a listing of the resources where
>>> that POC handle is a contact.
>> I'm always surprised when this doesn't work - please make this another top
> As much as I can see that being a desire, and I've tried to use it too, it
> shouldn't be easy to scan any company's (POC's) resources.
I can already get your company's POC's by searching @neustar.biz
BARNES, WALTER (WBA2-ARIN) walter.barnes at neustar.biz +1-571-434-5797
Chatfield, Terrence (TC565-ARIN) terry.chatfield at neustar.biz
Network Engineering (NETWO336-ARIN) wan.engineering at neustar.biz
and I can get a list of what your potential resources are by searching
neustar* ..and I would have to walk through each one to find which
WBA2-ARIN is the POC for.
What I am asking is that this be consolidated into one step, to be able to
search something like !> WBA2-ARIN and get a list of the resources that
WBA2-ARIN is a POC for.
True today, I can email ARIN and ask for the info. I (Verizon Business)
have a ton of records and POC's listed.. I haven't endeavored on a project
to ensure they are all up to date, because for each one I will have to
email ARIN and ask them to provide a list of the resources associated to
each POC, making it a large project. While ARIN helpdesk would be more
than happy to provide this info, I'm much more likely to do something
about it if I can clean them up as I find them, and get an answer in 5
seconds as opposed to a few hours or even a day ... my attention span is
just that short.
> Edward Lewis +1-571-434-5468
> Think glocally. Act confused.
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