[Dshield] Kornet.Net

Tim Tuck tim.tuck at penrith.net
Thu Mar 7 08:11:43 GMT 2002


*Hobbit* wrote:
> 
> well, ok, Tim, what *are* Australia's blocks, so that some of us who
> would otherwise dump ALL of apnic at the door can do said fine-tuning?
> 
> _H*
> 


Well from my original email we have:

203.0.0.0 - 203.63.255.255 which is the orginal block allocated by aunic
until it filled up.

You can download the entire apnic db which is a massive 204k of text *G*
and grep out the problem ranges.

You can get the latest data from URL:

http://ftp.apnic.net/stats/apnic/apnic-2002-03-01


here is an excerpt:

apnic|NZ|ipv4|203.109.224.0|8192|19981106|allocated
apnic|AU|ipv4|203.91.64.0|8192|19981109|allocated
apnic|ID|ipv4|202.152.8.0|2048|19981110|allocated
apnic|ID|ipv4|202.152.16.0|4096|19981110|allocated
apnic|HK|asn|9440|1|19981111|allocated
apnic|AU|asn|9443|1|19981112|allocated
apnic|PH|asn|9442|1|19981112|allocated
apnic|PH|asn|9441|1|19981112|allocated
apnic|HK|ipv4|202.63.128.0|8192|19981112|allocated
apnic|AU|ipv4|203.92.224.0|8192|19981112|allocated
apnic|PH|ipv4|202.59.128.0|8192|19981113|allocated
apnic|AU|ipv4|203.101.32.0|8192|19981113|allocated
apnic|MY|ipv4|203.106.0.0|16384|19981113|allocated
apnic|HK|asn|9444|1|19981116|allocated
apnic|HK|ipv4|202.130.128.0|8192|19981116|allocated
apnic|TH|ipv4|203.155.152.0|2048|19981118|allocated
apnic|TH|ipv4|203.155.160.0|8192|19981118|allocated
apnic|NZ|asn|9445|1|19981119|allocated
apnic|AU|asn|9446|1|19981119|allocated
apnic|HK|ipv4|202.67.192.0|4096|19981120|allocated
apnic|AU|ipv4|210.9.64.0|16384|19981120|allocated

and....

from http://ftp.apnic.net/stats/apnic/_README-apnic-stats.txt
__________________________________

FILE FORMAT

These reports are text files, formatted as follows:

* First line:
     version|registry|serial|count|start date|end date|checksum

* Subsequent lines:
     registry|cc|type|start|length|date|status

* Explanation of terms
  version       Version number of this file format (initially "1").
  registry      Name of the RIR.
  serial        Serial number of this file, as appears in the file
                name. This will be the date of production of the file
                in yyyymmdd format.
  count         Number of records in this file.
  start date    First date of the period reported.
  end date      Final date of the period reported.
  checksum      Sum of the length column.
  cc            Country code corresponding to the record 
                (ISO3166, 2-digit format).
  type          Type of resource (IPv4, IPv6, or ASN).
  start         Start of the address resource range.
  length        Length of the address resource range.
  date          Date of registration.
  status        Status of the record (assigned, allocated, reserved).

Please note, these reports do not contain any names or contact details 
of organisations or individuals holding or administering address 
resources.

__________________________________



as you can see it would not be *too* hard to use as a base for target filtering.



cheers

Tim




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