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When an ISP should run their own IRR for customers
- Subject: When an ISP should run their own IRR for customers
- From: ml at kenweb.org (ML)
- Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2012 20:20:51 -0500
I'm querying the community on the feasibility of running my own IRR on
behalf of customers whom probably aren't/won't register their own
objects. I'm going down this path since I don't believe RADB or ARIN
would let me register objects on behalf of my customers.
I know I'm going to need this in the near future once my AS starts to
peer. Conservatively I would be proxy registering about 100 customers.
Would a potential upstream/peer NOT want to query my IRR because I'm not
RADB, ARIN, etc (Essentially not a well known registry)? If not, is it
likely my IRR could get mirrored by RADB so other networks can retrieve
good info via RADB.
If I was to run my own IRR is Merit's IRRd they way to go or is there