ACSP Suggestion 2014.30: Reflect Returns in IRR Data
Submitted On: 25 November 2014
Description: When an organization or ASN is returned, ARIN should validate that the ARIN IRR maintainer object related to the returned ORG or ASN are removed from the IRR database along with any maintained objects. If there are objects present in the IRR subject to this action, ARIN should notify the entity returning the ORG or ASN of such action.
Value to Community: Keeps the IRR database up-to-date
Status: Closed Updated: 14 September 2020
23 December 2014
Thank you for submitting your suggestion, numbered 2014.30, on the topic of reflecting the return of AS numbers to ARIN in IRR data. ARIN agrees implementing your suggestion would be very useful, and we intend to consult with the community during Q1 of 2015 to determine implementation details for this suggestion and other related feedback ARIN has recently received on the topic of IRR object validation.
Thank you again for using the ARIN Consultation and Suggestion Process. Your suggestion will remain open until implemented.
12 May 2016
As a result of the Internet Routing Registry (IRR) Validation consultation that was completed in April 2015, the ARIN Board approved ARIN staff to begin development of an improved IRR in 2016 which would integrate IRR functionality into ARIN Online to allow one application to be used for the management of both registry and routing data. After additional community discussion about possible IRR alternatives, ARIN’s President and CEO directed that all IRR open suggestions be considered so that an ARIN IRR Roadmap may be developed which provides overall direction on how ARIN’s IRR services should evolve.
10 April 2018
The effort to satisfy this suggestion is currently part of our 2018 Work Plan. It will be closed upon completion.
14 September 2020
Thank you for your suggestion, numbered 2014.30 upon confirmed receipt, requesting that ARIN should remove the objects related to returned Organizations and ASNs from our IRR database. This functionality is part of the implementation of our new Internet Routing Registry. Because this clean-up is now part of our processes, we are closing your suggestion.
Thank you for your participation in the ARIN Consultation and Suggestion Process.