Hosted Public VIFs and LOA for Public IP and ASN

Let’s say there are 2 companies. Each company has an AWS Account of their.

Company A account owns the Direct Connect connection. They then created a Hosted Public Virtual Interface (VIF) to Company B account.

Company B account will then accept the Hosted Public VIF from Company A account.

Company B owns the public IP prefix and public ASN that will be used for the Hosted Public VIF.

After 72 hours, the Hosted Public VIF is still in “Verifying” state.

Which account should the Letter of Authorization (LOA) for Company B’s Public IP prefix and public ASN be submitted? Should it be Company A’s account or Company B’s account?

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