[arin-tech-discuss] Stale / Invalid objects in ARIN IRR
tnowaczyk at allpointsbroadband.com
Mon Dec 16 12:11:43 EST 2019
We’ve had great luck getting stale info removed from the various IRRs after our acquisitions. Old Global Crossing records were the trickiest, but I eventually found a contact at Level 3 that helped me out. I might have to go through the same issues now that Century Link owns all of that. I’ve had success emailing the Merit service desk directly for removing stale RADB routes. There isn’t any IRR-driven momentum for anyone to clean up their own databases at this time.
I heard Alexander Azimov speak about BGP Route Security at NANOG 76 earlier this year. He had me convinced that draft-azimov-sidrops-aspa-verification would solve most if not all of the current issues around this topic and could make the IRRs unnecessary.
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> On Dec 14, 2019, at 2:57 PM, John Brown <john at citylinkfiber.com> wrote:
> Hi John, Happy Saturday.
> I've sent in a ticket on some specific objects, and will submit more
> shortly. Thank you for that advice / help
> I guess I'm looking at how we get the various IRR's clean up. Some
> of the data is so stale that the originating entities don't even exist
> or they have been merged / purchased by others and nobody has clean up the data.
> Contact information in the IRR is either a) invalid / bounces or b)
> blackhole and no response.
> On Sat, Dec 14, 2019 at 12:16 PM John Sweeting <jsweeting at arin.net> wrote:
>> Hi John
>> If you have stale or invalid objects you can open an Ask ARIN ticket it call the ARIN help desk and request assistance removing them.
>> John S
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Dec 14, 2019, at 12:36 AM, John Brown <john at citylinkfiber.com> wrote:
>>> So, how is the community / ARIN dealing with stale or invalid IRR
>>> objects contained within the ARIN IRR (or even other IRR's).
>>> How does one efficiently get stale or invalid objects removed??
>>> Thank you
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