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Re: Operational Issues with 126.96.36.199/8...
> > I wouldn't be surprised to see this picked up in the Cook Report and some > > of the trade press because of your postings. The more people become aware > > of how the system is broken, the sooner we can fix it. > People actually read that? Yes. The people who don't read NANOG do read the Cook Report and the trade press. If you want to reach everyone in charge of operating a network then you need to use more media than just NANOG. > A simple solution: > 1) IANA creates an IANA-RESERVED IRR object > 2) Entities switch to using this for their filters, and the > updates happen automagically This is essentially what I am suggesting except using LDAP rather than RADB/IRR technology. I don't believe that RADB will ever be used by the majority of North American network operators but I do believe that LDAP has a chance of 100% penetration in the same way that 100% of network operators use UNIX servers and scripting languages in their network operations. --Michael Dillon