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Net::Whois::Object::RoUser:Contributed PNet::Whois::Object::Route6::AFRINIC(3)

NAME
       Net::Whois::Object::Route6::AFRINIC - an	object representation of the
       RPSL Route6 block

DESCRIPTION
       Route6 objects are used to help configure your network's	routers.
       Route6 objects, in combination with the aut-num and other related
       objects,	can be used to describe	your IPv6 routing policy in a compact
       form. This can help your	network	identify routing policy	errors and
       omissions more easily than by reading long configuration	files.

METHODS
   new(	%options )
       Constructor for the Net::Whois::Object::Route6::AFRINIC class

   route6( [$route6] )
       Accessor	to the route6 attribute.  Accepts an optional route6, always
       return the current route.

   descr( [$descr] )
       Accessor	to the descr attribute.	 Accepts an optional descr line	to be
       added to	the descr array, always	return the current descr array.

   origin( [$origin] )
       Accessor	to the origin attribute.  Accepts an optional origin, always
       return the current origin.

   pingable( [$pingable] )
       Accessor	to the pingable	attribute.  Accepts an optional	pingable line
       to be added to the pingable array, always return	the current pingable
       array.

       An IPv4 or an IPv6 address allowing a network operator to advertise an
       IP address of a node that should	be reachable from outside networks.
       This node can be	used as	a destination address for diagnostic tests.
       The IP address must be within the address range of the prefix
       containing this attribute.

   ping_hdl( [$ping_hdl] )
       Accessor	to the ping_hdl	attribute.  Accepts an optional	ping_hdl line
       to be added to the ping_hdl array, always return	the current ping_hdl
       array.

       References a person or role capable of responding to queries concerning
       the IP address(es) specified in the 'pingable' attribute.

   holes( [$hole] )
       Accessor	to the holes attribute.	 Accepts an optional hole to be	added
       to the holes array, always return the current holes array.

   org(	[$org] )
       Accessor	to the org attribute.  Accepts an optional org,	always return
       the current org.

       Points to an existing organisation object representing the entity that
       holds the resource.

       The 'ORG-' string followed by 2 to 4 characters,	followed by up to 5
       digits followed by a source specification.  The first digit must	not be
       "0".  Source specification starts with "-" followed by source name up
       to 9-character length.

   member_of( [$member_of] )
       Accessor	to the member_of attribute.  Accepts an	optional member_of
       value to	be added to the	member_of array, always	return the current
       member_of array.

   inject( [$inject] )
       Accessor	to the inject attribute.  Accepts an optional inject value to
       be added	to the inject array, always return the current inject array.

   aggr_mtd( [$aggr_mtd] )
       Accessor	to the aggr_mtd	attribute.  Accepts an optional	aggr_mtd value
       to be added to the aggr_mtd array, always return	the current aggr_mtd.

   aggr_bndry( [$aggr_bndry] )
       Accessor	to the aggr_bndry attribute.  Accepts an optional aggr_bndry
       value to	be added to the	aggr_bndry array, always return	the current
       aggr_bndry.

   export_comps( [$export_comp]	)
       Accessor	to the export_comps attribute.	Accepts	an optional
       export_comp value to be added the export_comps array, always return the
       current export_comps.

   components( [$component] )
       Accessor	to the components attribute.  Accepts an optional component to
       be added	to the components array, always	return the current components.

   remarks( [$remark] )
       Accessor	to the remarks attribute.  Accepts an optional remark to be
       added to	the remarks array, always return the current 'remarks' array.

   notify( [$notify] )
       Accessor	to the notify attribute.  Accepts an optional notify value to
       be added	to the notify array, always return the current notify array.

   mnt_lower( [$mnt_lower] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_lower attribute.  Accepts an	optional mnt_lower
       value to	be added to the	mnt_lower array, always	return the current
       mnt_lower array.

   mnt_routes( [$mnt_route] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_routes attribute.  Accepts an optional mnt_route to
       be added	to the mnt_routes array, always	return the current mnt_routes
       array.

   mnt_by( [$mnt_by] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_by attribute.  Accepts an optional mnt_by value to
       be added	to the mnt_by array, always return the current mnt_by array.

   changed( [$changed] )
       Accessor	to the changed attribute.  Accepts an optional changed value
       to be added to the changed array, always	return the current changed
       array.

   source( [$source] )
       Accessor	to the source attribute.  Accepts an optional source, always
       return the current source.

   country( [$country] )
       Accessor	to the country attribute.  Accepts an optional country,	always
       return the current country.  Two	letter ISO 3166	code of	the country or
       economy where the admin-c is based.

       Please use UPPERCASE letters.

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