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Classfull registration in RAdb.
I am currently registering routes for the company I work for and I am wondering whether I should register customers classfull space. In getting a list of our route assignments by comparing global BGP table route origins with ARIN SWIP information, I came across a number of class-B's that belong to customers that are not doing BGP with us. All the blocks are portable space, and I am wondering whether it would be correct to create route objects with our ASN as the "origin:" or to require them to register their space and use our ASN in the "origin:" attribute of the route object. Though I understand responsibility for route registration lies with the maintainer of the block, if they choose not to create a maintainer object, other sites will not get the customers routes from the RAdb if they are generating access-lists using our policy object. If the address space is portable, but they do not have an ASN, who has the authority to regsiter the route object to a particular ASN? Thanks to Gerald Andrew Winters from Merit for his previous assistance in helping me with the policy here. I just thought that I'd bring these issues up in a public forum as they don't seem to be documented. -j -- jamie.reid | Spare Parts for the Human Appliance Chief Reverse Engineer | www.vapour.net Defective Technologies |