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swamp space reachability
I have a bit of an issue. A while ago, I was issued 18.104.22.168/22 from ARIN (under ipv4 policy, 22.214.171.124 - the minimum allocation for multihomed networks). I've just gotten around to announcing it to migrate off of my PA space. In testing, I've determined that a number of networks are blackholing my traffic. I've started attempting to contact the various networks that appear to be blocking my traffic, but that's not going particularly fast.
My question: Has anyone else who has received a small allocation from ARIN had this happen to them?
If you'd like to look and see if you see my announcement, I'm announcing 126.96.36.199/22, as well as the four /24s that make it up (the deagg is temporary and to see if it helps, I'm well aware that aggregating is preferred). My AS is 30233.
P.S. To those of you who will be at NANOG 34 this Sunday, I look forward to meeting you guys.
Gabriel Cain www.dialupusa.net
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