ARIN routing registry - IPv6 RPSL objects now okay
Larry J. Blunk
ljb at merit.edu
Mon Jun 19 21:42:48 CEST 2006
On Monday 19 June 2006 15:37, Ross W wrote:
> On 6/19/06, Ross W <roscoe.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > For those not on the arin-announce mailing list, they just notified
> > everyone (notice is copied below) about implimenting a new routing registry
> > server recently.
> > In addition, I got followup confirmation from Jon Worley at ARIN that their
> > routing registry is now RFC4012 compliant, so now you can do route6/inet6num
> > records with them (hence this post in ipv6-ops).
> As a followup to my own posting, after further communications with Jon,
> while the new rr server (rr-eval.arin.net) is RFC4012 compliant, it doesn't
> support v6 objects currently. But since it's responding correctly to
> mirrored data from RIPE, so it's just a matter of time until us North
> Americans can submit new v6 objects.
The RADB has supported RPSLng since October, 2004.
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