[arin-ppml] How bad is it really?

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Mon Jul 12 17:24:04 EDT 2010

In cases where you know this is happening I strongly urge you to pass the information to the ARIN fraud reporting
process so that ARIN can work with the provider(s) in question to get the issue resolved.

Thank you,

Owen DeLong

On Jul 12, 2010, at 10:49 AM, Dave Feuer wrote:

> While cleaning up some old DNS records (again) I took a look at some of our old address space. 2  x /23s from 2 providers. I did a quick whois and both are still pointing to us. One we have not used since early 2001 the other since late 2004. I did some tests and one of them still routes to the last hop before it hit us.
> Then I took a look at the records for a client with a /22 that we managed the DNS for. I don’t know how long he has not had the IP space but it’s been at least 3 years and more likely closer to or over 4 years. Still pointing to him (and his company no longer even exists) and still routing to the last hop before him.
> How much space is out there and routed and going no place? Is there any way to find out? It’s more of a question to satisfy my curiosity but I think it would be interesting to know.
> -Dave
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