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Abuse contact for 173.213.65.99 is net-admin[at]eonix.net


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IPNetInfo says this;

OrgAbuseHandle: NTS22-ARIN
OrgAbuseName: Network Trust and Safety
OrgAbusePhone: +1-702-968-9305
OrgAbuseEmail: net-admin[at]eonix.net
OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/NTS22-ARIN

and

RAbuseHandle: ADMIN839-ARIN
RAbuseName: Administrator
RAbusePhone: +1-877-841-3341
RAbuseEmail: admin[at]infinitie.net
RAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/ADMIN839-ARIN

Can someone enlighten me on "OrgAbuse" and "RAbuse"?

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I hit the "refresh/show" link for 173.213.65.99 (after pasting the IP address into submission form on my members' page) and instead of "No valid email addresses found, sorry!" it currently shows -

Reporting addresses:

spamcop[at]serverhub.com

- after referencing abuse.net and then picking up a redirection "order". That would seem to be the network's preferred abuse address for SpamCop reports and replaces the previous devnulled address.

In some cases SC might go for the abuse address(es) from the ARIN database instead of the network preferred address, no doubt that network preferred address is monitored (for bounces, evidence of listwashing, etc.).

As for the difference between Org(anization) and R(esource) ARIN records, I think we find the answers in ARIN - https://www.arin.net/resources/restful-interfaces.html - go down to the presentation "ARIN's Database Records" and click on the "Abuse POC" (Point of Contact) under Org ID and similarly "Resource Abuse POC" under Resource. In the "About POCs" in that presentation, it is clarified -

Note:POCs tied to an organization are automatically inherited by any resource that organization had authority over. There is no need to create multiple POCs to accomplish this or to list the same POC on both an Organization and its resources.

So, it seems the same Org records populate all instances of that Organization's database entries while the Resource records may be added for a specific instance - and where different could be considered deliberately so.

Well, that's how I interpret the materials BICBW.

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