[ppml] ARIN commments regarding Lame Delegation Policy
owen at delong.com
Fri Sep 14 11:16:57 EDT 2007
Could you clarify if you feel that ARIN would be unable to continue
function if section 7 were deleted?
On Sep 14, 2007, at 7:11 AM, Member Services wrote:
> The following comments are being provided in response to recent
> discussions and questions raised on the ppml.
> ARIN has implemented the methodology for identifying lameness as
> described at:
> Using the 18.104.22.168/19 example posted on ppml, each name server
> be tested for all 32 reverse zones. A name server would be deemed
> only when all zones fail. If one or more of the reverse zones in
> the /19
> is configured properly for a given name server, the name server
> delegation for that /19 would be declared 'good'.
> With regard to lame delegations reported to ARIN by third parties,
> will not respond to requests to remove these delegations without
> exercising the procedure adopted to implement the lame delegation
> ARIN staff believes the current policy, as ratified, provides
> direction for lame delegations to be cleaned up.
> Nate Davis
> Chief Operations Officer
> American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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