Description of problem:
Well, there's at least one missing Sub-TLA Assignment for 2a01:b0::/32,
because: "whois 2a01:b0::0" returns the wrong result while "whois -h
whois.ripe.net 2a01:b0::0" returns what is expected. But this would be a
good point to bother you regarding the better IPv6 support which is in
upstream CVS already available for a longer time now...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime, see above.
Missing Sub-TLA Assignment for 2a01:b0::/32
Up-to-date IPv6 Sub-TLA Assignments like in the past. It would be nice to see
the better IPv6 support from upstream CVS backported, too.
The assignment is present, but the current method is not flexible enough;
(jwhois 2a01:00b0::0) works correctly.
jwhois-4.0 is already tagged in CVS (since Feb 18), so a release should happen soon.
Works for me in 4.0-1. Closing now.