Fwd: Requested RIPE database object changes

Pim van Pelt pim at ipng.nl
Tue Oct 23 14:53:05 CEST 2012


See below the mail from ripe database regarding your insertion of the
IPv4 /24 anycast for AS50300. If you'd like to proceed, I can help you
insert this object. What you should do is PGP sign with
MNT-CUSTODIAN's credentials and forward me the object which I can then
counter-sign using RFC3068-MNT and send to the ripe database. Please
contact me off-list if you have further questions (or if you've in the
mean while found one of the other maintainers to insert the object on
your behalf).


2012/10/23 RIPE Database Notifications <unread at ripe.net>:
> Dear Maintainer,
> This is to notify you that some objects in which you are referenced
> as a maintainer were requested to be changed, but *failed* the
> proper authorisation for any of the referenced maintainers.
> Please contact the sender of this update about changes that need
> to be made to the following objects.
> This message is auto-generated.
> Please DO NOT reply to this message.
> If you do not understand why we sent you this message,
> or for assistance or clarification please contact:
> RIPE Database Administration <ripe-dbm at ripe.net>
> The mail message causing these failures had the following mail headers:
>> From:     Robert Williams <Robert at CustodianDC.com>
>> Subject:
>> Date:     Tue, 23 Oct 2012 09:05:57 +0100
>> Reply-To: Robert at CustodianDC.com
>> MsgId:    <4422A6FEBBE593489C72A1E6A19E722122974D9194 at cdc-ex1>
> ----
> route: 
> descr:           RFC3068-CUSTODIAN
> remarks:         See RFC3068
> remarks:         Custodian's Public 6to4 Relay Routers
> remarks:         Maidstone, UK
> origin:          AS50300
> mnt-by:          MNT-CUSTODIAN
> mnt-routes:      RFC3068-MNT
> changed:         support at custodiandc.com 20121023
> source:          RIPE
> The RIPE Database is subject to Terms and Conditions:
> http://www.ripe.net/db/support/db-terms-conditions.pdf

Pim van Pelt <pim at ipng.nl>
PBVP1-RIPE - http://www.ipng.nl/

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