[DNSSEC-Ops] Lame delegation notification for ORG-UEW1-AFRINIC - second reminder

Augustine Monney amonney at uew.edu.gh
Tue Oct 16 02:10:18 UTC 2018

Thanks for the notifications.
I am currently not at post and so have forwarded the notifications to
Dr. Ephrem Kwaku Kwaa-Aidoo and Mr. Rafique Kodwo Agyare who are in copy
of this mail.

Kindly assist them to resolve the issue. Please give them a technical 
contact person
at AFRINIC to help them resolve the issue ASAP.

Best Regards,




On 2018-10-16 08:09, AFRINIC Database Administration wrote:
> Dear Augustine Monney,
> Your organisation, University of Education, Winneba (ORG-UEW1-AFRINIC)
> is an AFRINIC member, and you are registered as the technical contact.
> We are writing to inform you of a problem with "lame" nameservers for
> one or more of your reverse DNS zones.
> See https://afrinic.net/en/services/lame-delegation for more
> information about lame delegations, and how you can correct the issue.
> This is the second reminder. You will receive another reminder before
> we remove the offending "nserver" attributes.
> Please correct the issues listed below, either by making the
> nameservers authoritative for the relevant zones, or by editing the
> list of nameservers in the "nserver" attributes of the relevant
> "domain" objects in the AFRINIC resource database at
> whois.afrinic.net.
> In terms of clause 10.7 of the AFRINIC Consolidated Policy Manual
> (https://www.afrinic.net/community/policy-development/2479-consolidated-policy-manual-v12#s10_7),
> persistent problems with lame delegations will result in removal of
> the offending "nserver" attributes, or even of the entire "domain"
> objects from the AFRINIC resource database.
> The following domains have lame servers. The relevant database object
> for each domain is listed, and the "nserver" lines are marked with the
> date of removal of the nameserver from the domain object if the
> problems are not corrected.
> [*] Domain 91.74.41.in-addr.arpa:
> - nserver ns1.uew.edu.gh is lame and will be removed on Sunday, 28 
> October 2018.
> Regards,

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