Denis Walker

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Suggestions for Improving Abuse Contact Management

Denis Walker — May 05, 2014 04:25 PM

The aim of the policy Abuse Contact Management in the RIPE Database (RIPE document ripe-563), was to make available an abuse contact for all resources maintained by the RIPE NCC. The RIPE NCC proposed an implementation plan that was accepted. During the deployment there has been some feedback on the practicalities of the implementation. At RIPE 67 the RIPE NCC agreed to think about this feedback and present some further options.

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RIPE Database Joins Single Sign-On Club

Denis Walker — Mar 06, 2014 04:30 AM

With RIPE NCC Access, our single sign-on service - you log in once and can access many RIPE NCC services. Now, with the new RIPE Database release, you can update your data in the RIPE Database using this single sign-on service. This is part of the RIPE NCC's work to make the RIPE Database easier to use.

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Making More 16-bit AS Numbers Available

Denis Walker — Oct 09, 2013 11:00 AM

Availability of 16-bit AS Numbers is getting low. We have many in reserve that have been returned but they need 'cleaning'. You can help with this.

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Dry-Run Testing in the RIPE Database

Denis Walker — Sep 09, 2013 11:00 AM

Have you ever wanted to test an update to the RIPE Database, without actually changing anything in the database? Well now you can "dry-run" it - see what will happen without changing anything.

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Simplified Route Creation in the RIPE Database

Denis Walker — Oct 04, 2013 11:20 AM

Creating route objects just got a whole lot easier! Forget about hassle across organisations. Now you can submit the object with the passwords you have, and if it needs more, we will sort it out. The software will decide who else needs to authorise it and contact them. When they send in their passwords, we will match them up and create the object. Then we let everyone know the result – whether it’s a success or failure. Can it get any easier than this?

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