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Re: The in-your-face hijacking example, was: Re: Who is announcingbogons?
Back in the day when we had InterNAP transit, I can attest that they were filtered at _least_ by prefix, by mostly all of the folks who they acquired transit from. On Tue, 29 Apr 2003, Richard A Steenbergen wrote: > > On Tue, Apr 29, 2003 at 05:04:28PM -0500, Jack Bates wrote: > > > > InterNAP. They are large enough that their transits usually don't filter > > them, yet they have had several problems in the past with their > > customers and not validating the information they've been given. It's > > even possible that InterNAP is filtering but took Thorn's word for it. > > I'm unfamiliar with 12124's history. > > Inap is filtered by almost every one of their transits, both manually and > with IRR entries. In fact, cleaning up all the IRR entry mess created by > proxy registered routes from inap and their transits can be a full time > job. -- Alex Rubenstein, AR97, K2AHR, firstname.lastname@example.org, latency, Al Reuben -- -- Net Access Corporation, 800-NET-ME-36, http://www.nac.net --