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[AfriNIC-rpd] What is our take on the central pool IPv4 exhaustion?
aa at tenet.ac.za
Mon Aug 13 07:21:38 UTC 2007
The point relating to route objects databases refers to the fact that at the
moment, in order to register route objects, it is necessary to use the RIPE
database, at least to my knowledge (if I am incorrect in this, I apologise
and I would *WELCOME* an AfriNIC route objects database)
Basically for clarity, a route object database is a publically queryable
database of which prefix's are actively being advertised by an ASN, and
possibly to who they are being advertised.
Such a database is necessary for proper bogon filtering and tracking.
On 8/13/07 7:54 AM, "Adiel A. Akplogan" <adiel at afrinic.net> wrote:
> Hello Andrew,
>> I mean, at the moment AfriNIC doesn't run RUN a
>> proper route objects database, those of us that DO have route objects have
>> them in RIPE's database... yet we expect them to intervene in a market like
>> this? Lets be sensible and think about this realistically shall we?
> Can you please clarified the above statement?
> - a.
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