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Results of Consultation Regarding "Daily Publication of IP Addresses Issued and Returned"

Posted: Thu, 24 Apr 2008

There were very few responses during this consultation based on part two of Suggestion 2008.2.

[excerpt below, full suggestion at bottom]:

"In addition, ARIN should publish a report of addresses returned, and addresses issued, in the form of a mailing list (with daily email) and an RSS feed. This will only contain allocations/assignments made directly by ARIN or address blocks returned to ARIN's free pool. The intent is that RBL operators can subscribe to such a feed and keep their own lists clean."

Given the minimal interest while understanding the value to the community, we will implement this service on a trial basis for three months which will commence on 1 January 2009. If there are reports of abuse during that period, the service will be terminated.

Regards,

Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)


2008.2
Submitted 01-17-2008 05:39:14
ARIN should track all RBLs, DUNS and similar IP address blacklists.

Then, when an address block is re-issued to another organization or returned from an organization, ARIN should check these lists. If addresses from the re-issued block are found on one of the lists, then ARIN should attempt to inform the list maintainer.

In addition, ARIN should publish a report of addresses returned, and addresses issued, in the form of a mailing list (with daily email) and an RSS feed. This will only contain allocations/assignments made directly by ARIN or address blocks returned to ARIN's free pool. The intent is that RBL operators can subscribe to such a feed and keep their own lists clean.

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