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Re: BGP noise tonight? (fwd)

  • From: Christopher A. Woodfield
  • Date: Tue Oct 09 12:15:19 2001

the problem path was not 3, it was '3300 (64603) 2008'. I'm presuming that 
the leaking conferation was within AS3300's network. 

aut-num:      AS3300
as-name:      AUCS
descr:        AUCS Communications Services v.o.f.
descr:        aka Infonet-Europe
descr:        The Netherlands

-Chris

On Tue, Oct 09, 2001 at 06:02:26PM +0200, Rafi Sadowsky wrote:
> 
> On Mon, 8 Oct 2001, abha wrote:
> 
> >
> >
> > Did a lot of folks get affected by this?  Any news on what caused the
> > bogus path?
> >
> > Anyone have contacts at 2008?
> >
> > (transit ASes deleted) ?3?64603? 2008
> >
> > -abha ;)
> > (an inquiring mind who wants to know... *grin*)
> >
> 
>  AS3 is MIT what is the relevance to this problem ?
> 
>  AS64603 is in "reserved"(private) AS space ( 64512 - 65535 )
> IMHO could be an internal confederation leaking - any better ideas ?
> 
> 
> -	Rafi
> 
> 

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