Somewhat OT: Getting control of reverse for my Qwest.net /29
ksp at att.com
Mon Nov 1 22:39:07 UTC 2004
You should be able to get Qwest to do this. As Marco points out, though,
it may not be as easy to convince them as it is to configure. RFC 2317
outlines the technical parts:
"This document describes a way to do IN-ADDR.ARPA delegation on non-octet
boundaries for address spaces covering fewer than 256 addresses."
This should not be an uncommon request for an ISP of Qwest's size.
On Mon, 1 Nov 2004, Marco Benton - BOFH wrote:
> E Wheeler wrote:
> > Currently I have a /29 assigned to my business DSL account.
> > Doing a whois shows:
> > NetRange: 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168
> > CIDR: 22.214.171.124/29
> > NetName: USW-TRITON
> > NetHandle: NET-63-224-84-208-1
> > Parent: NET-63-224-0-0-1
> > NetType: Reassigned
> > Comment: Report abuse to abuse at qwest.net
> > RegDate: 2003-05-08
> > Updated: 2003-05-08
> > Can someone guide me on how to get delegation of reverse for my /29.
> you're going to have to sell your soul to your ISP to configure a
> classless class-C delegation. most smaller ISP's will refuse.
> doco on how to setup is on ISC's website somewhere or shouldnt be too
> hard to google around for examples.
> Marco Benton - BOFH, BSMFH
> Network Consultant
> BOFH excuse #41: The cause of the problem is: spaghetti cable cause
> packet failure
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