[dns-operations] Seeking Advice: How-to remove spurious IRR records (and keep them out for good)

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Sun Oct 25 20:20:44 UTC 2020

This is better addressed at the network operators group in your region. e.g. NANOG, RIPE, AUSNOG.  Also both NANOG and RIPE have lots of out of region participants so don’t worry about asking on either of them if you can’t find your local NOG. 

Mark Andrews

> On 25 Oct 2020, at 23:07, Pirawat WATANAPONGSE <pirawat.w at ku.th> wrote:
> Dear guru(s),
> My apologies if the topic is not appropriate for this community; in that case, I would very much appreciate pointers to the correct mailing list(s).
> Context:
> I have already registered all my IP address blocks with ROA/RPKI
> [evidence: https://stat.ripe.net/widget/as-routing-consistency#w.resource=AS9411]
> However, HE reports a lot of spurious IRR records on my resources
> [example: https://bgp.he.net/net/]
> Question #1:
> Should I worry about those spurious records [Yes | No | Depends]?
> My fear is that other sites might accept those records without checking and will be misled somewhere else, since ROV is not yet the behavior-in-majority.
> My other reasoning is that, if we are not going to keep accurate records, why bother keeping them at all anyway.
> Question #2:
> What can I do about it [in case the answer to Question #1 is Yes]?
> Should I notify those Database Admins? Will they consider me a nuisance?
> And most importantly: Will they erase those records for me, or will they just ignore me?
> Question #3:
> Did I not do something that can prevent those spurious records from happening in the first place?
> And, anything I can do now to prevent it from ever happening again?
> Thanks in advance for your advice(s),
> Pirawat.
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