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Steve Wallace
16:30
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nSiDpCB4fE_GTm3azZtygoWvTwldIzQt15z3FNER1RA/edit?usp=sharing
robert
17:47
This is Robert at UK
chmorl
19:51
Do you have a model/ideal IRR entry, for an end-user institution, at RADb, with multiple route prefixes configured?
Steve Wallace
20:15
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nSiDpCB4fE_GTm3azZtygoWvTwldIzQt15z3FNER1RA/edit?usp=sharing
robert
22:01
What would a Intermediate connector template look like?
David Wieczorek
22:23
Hi, I have updated the Mantr in the RADB data base with our univeristy info whjen I look at google it stell me this 147.126.0.0/19Transit OnlyDetailsOrigin7018147.126.0.0/20Transit OnlyDetailsOrigin33491, 6325, 22335
Adair Thaxton
23:16
chmorl: Doing whatever Andrew Gallo does is usually a good bet. For an end-user institution (GWU): http://irrexplorer.nlnog.net/search/11039
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
23:59
HAHA...Thanks. 11039 is GW campus. Very simple. a number of route objects. no transit. In this case, I did *not* use an AS-SET
Adair Thaxton
24:48
Can we use CAAREN for an intermediate connector template?
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
25:20
I think so- again, CAAREN (AS-CAAREN) is very small
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
25:49
we have four customers. Two as-sets (backbone+customer) and the customers do their own registration (though one has a missing prefix)
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
27:07
so, starting from the "top" of the hierarchy,http://irrexplorer.nlnog.net/search/AS-CAARENthat as-set contains two members, and from there, you can recurse to get the specific prefixes
szajih saniatan
27:40
can the irrexplorer show if there is a proxy?
chmorl
27:45
Great, thanks: I am an end-user institution, but I have another institution downstream, that has their own AS (We have our own AS, as well). I advertise their routes, along with ours. Just to clarify, in this case, I am NOT a transit, correct?
chmorl
28:37
Also, my downstream institution wants to know if they need to list their AS as their “origin AS”, in RADb?
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
29:13
@szajih - irrexplorer wont show the details of a specific prefix. the output of WHOIS generally shows the sources. I'll try to find an example
szajih saniatan
29:51
thanks
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
31:02
@szajih- if you run 'whois -h rr.arin.net 198.22.69.0/24`, part of the output will bedescr: Proxy-registered route object - DoD Network Information Center
chmorl
31:09
My downstream prefix?
szajih saniatan
31:31
ok, thanks andrew
chmorl
31:34
139.70.0.0/16
chmorl
32:28
THat’s me
chmorl
33:02
Mmmm. That’s why I ask these questions :-)
chmorl
33:39
I am peering BGP downstream
chmorl
34:24
What you say should be correct, but I’ll need to check that
chmorl
34:28
thanks
chmorl
37:19
Great, that helps.
chmorl
55:12
Any idea how long it takes for an update to RADB to propagate to their whois servers?
Tony Bargardo
01:06:24
To clear up old records with old ISP's we work through the company that has it in their db I assume (eg. RIPE , ARIN etc) I found one on RIPE that has GBLX listed. Global crossing doesn't exist anymore
Ventsi, OSHEAN
01:08:05
Hey Jim, nice to see you here :)
Tony Bargardo
01:08:58
Ok- I have started cleaning up the POC's :)
szajih saniatan
01:10:26
thanks again for this
andrew.brennan@drexel.edu
01:11:02
Thanks guys!