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illicit above.net announcements?
Anyone here who is on the Vienna/London/Amsterdam exchange(s) and who is seeing what is alleged here: above.net leaking and/or flapping routes that are not their own ? Is there a lookingglass at any of these exchanges that is publicly accessible? bye,Kai >Delivered-To: email@example.com >Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2000 04:13:23 +1200 (NZST) >From: Alan Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> >X-Sender: email@example.com >To: Kai Schlichting <firstname.lastname@example.org> >cc: email@example.com >Subject: Re: [spamtools] Re: spamtools-digest V2 #326 >Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org >Reply-To: email@example.com > >On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Kai Schlichting wrote: > > > Hmm, please give me a list of the routes advertised as well as the > > peering points this was or is seen at. > >Vienna Internet Exchange. > >London Internet Exchange. > >Amsterdam Internet Exchange. > >Routes are 202.36.147/24, 202.36.148/24 and 202.50.71/24 ie superblocks >of the same. > > > Any exchange that is more > > than a backroom operation in someone's closet has a policy prohibiting > > such unauthorized announcements. I will assume for now that these > > are route leaks that are escaping through above.net's BGP distribution > > filters: something that is entirely within the real of possibility, > > but which has to be stopped. > >My suppliers refuse to stop advertising the /16s containing my netblocks >into above.net - but claim to have set up /24 adverts into their other >suppliers. > >Unfortunately, those /24 adverts appear to be flapping. <sarcasm>I >wonder who could be causing that and why they'd do it? </sarcasm> > >AB