The object template includes information on how to complete the attribute values.
Status Instance Search Status organization: [mandatory] [single] [primary/lookup key] org-name: [mandatory] [single] [look-up key] descr: [optional] [multiple] [ ] country: [mandatory] [single] [ ] remarks: [optional] [multiple] [ ] address: [mandatory] [multiple] [ ] phone: [optional] [multiple] [ ] fax-no: [optional] [multiple] [ ] email: [mandatory] [multiple] [look-up key] org: [optional] [multiple] [inverse key] org-type: [mandatory] [single] [ ] admin-c: [optional] [multiple] [inverse key] tech-c: [optional] [multiple] [inverse key] ref-nfy: [optional] [multiple] [inverse key] mnt-ref [mandatory] [multiple] [inverse key] notify: [optional] [multiple] [inverse key] mnt-by: [mandatory] [multiple] [inverse key] last-modified: [generated] [single] [ ] source: [mandatory] [single] [ ]
organization: ORG-APNIC1-AP org-name: Asia Pacific Network Information Centre org-type: RIR descr: Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific region country: AU address: 6 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane, QLD 4101, Australia phone: +61 7 3858 3100 fax-no: +61 7 3858 3199 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org mnt-ref: APNIC-HM notify: email@example.com mnt-by: APNIC-HM last-modified: 2018-08-30T07:50:19Z source: APNIC
The attribute must be included in the object.
|organization||Is the identifier for an organization object.
EXAMPLE organization: ORG-APNIC1-AP
|org-name||The name of the organization the organization object represents.|
|org-type||Specifies the type of the organisation.
|country||Two letter ISO 3166 code (link) of the country or economy where the organization is registered.
EXAMPLE country: AU
|address||Full postal address for the organization.|
|Represents the business e-mail for the organization.|
|mnt-ref||References the mntner object which provides a set of authorization tokens used to create references to this organization object in other objects.|
|mnt-by||Lists a registered mntner used to authorize and authenticate changes to this object.|
|last-modified||It is a time stamp that is generated by the system to reflect when the object was last modified.
|source||The database where the object is registered.
EXAMPLE source: APNIC
The attribute may be deleted from the object.
|descr||A short description related about the organization responsible for the organization object.|
|phone||Telephone number for the organization’s business function.
+ <international code> <area code> <phone #>
EXAMPLE phone: +681 386 0844 ext. 32
|fax-no||Fax number for the organization’s business function
+ <international code> <area code> <fax #>
EXAMPLE fax-no: +681 367 1797
|org||Org attribute that references itself, or another organization.|
|admin-c||The nic-handle of an on-site contact person or role object. There may be more than one admin-c listed.|
|tech-c||The nic-handle of a technical contact person or role object. There may be more than one tech-c listed.|
|ref-nfy||An email address where a notification will be sent when reference to an organization object is added or removed. If there are multiple email addresses then notification will be sent to each of them.|
|notify||The email address to which notifications of changes to the object should be sent.|
This object is automatically generated and updated within MyAPNIC only.
Instances of attribute allowed
|Attribute must appear only once in the object.|
|Attribute may appear multiple times in the object. For example, you may wish to include more than one email attribute.|
Attribute search status
|Primary keys distinguish an object from all other objects in the database. To update a primary key, you must delete the entire object and then create a new object with the updated information.|
|The attribute can be queried in the database to return the object. Please note, however, that a lookup key does not uniquely identify an object.|
|The attribute can be used when performing an inverse query using the -i flag.
EXAMPLE -i mntner <MNTNER-NAME>