Around 2:35 EST all our BGP peers dropped pretty much at the same
time. Our mrtg systems have all fallen over too - so I can't confirm
a traffic spike.
I just got on today.
Was there any large DDOS attacks today.
Any specific networks impacted?
From: Jeroen Massar [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 8:16 PM
To: [email protected]; [email protected]
Subject: Reserved ASN 64702, 6to4, 2 ghosts, other oddities and still
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People might want to filter on private ASN's also
when that ASN is being used as "transit"...
2001:a40::/32 AS64702 is reserved (path: 15516 3257 2497 4697 2914 10109
4538 4787 64702 20646 8763 5539 1930 9186) Ghost Route (14/12)
25396 1752 10109 4538 4787 64702 20646 8319
We still have these 6to4 specifics btw:
2002:c2b1:d06e::/48 More specific 6to4
prefix (126.96.36.199/32) from AS5408
More specific 6to4 prefix (188.8.131.52/17) from AS15180
2002:c8c6:4000::/34 More specific 6to4
prefix (184.108.40.206/18) from AS15180
2002:c8ca:7000::/36 More specific 6to4
prefix (220.127.116.11/20) from AS15180
And nopes, no contact has been made yet, apparently having
your email address listed in the registry frees you of any
Another funny one:
Subnet of 3ffe::/24 Mismatching origin ASN,
should be 4555 (now: 29216)
While there also is an announcement for:
The ghosts of this month:
Both with "10318 5623" common in their paths, obvious isn't it ?
Oh and yes, still no contact from anybody at nortel, apparently
that company doesn't know what IPv6 is. AS10318 (check above also)
is still announcing *their* block and still haven't made any comment
or reply back whatsoever. AS10318 have their own pTLA but apparently
are not contactable for that pTLA either. If anybody knows someone
alive for 3ffe:1300::/24 or AS762 or AS10318 please notify them.
Maybe posting to nanog raises some people from sleep. Mailing
the whois contacts directly doesn't help apparently.
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