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Re: So -- what did happen to Panix?

  • From: Josh Karlin
  • Date: Thu Jan 26 20:18:35 2006
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I unfortunately don't have answers to those questions, but you've
piqued my interest so I will try to look into it within the next
couple of days.


On 1/26/06, Jared Mauch <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2006 at 04:22:29PM -0700, Josh Karlin wrote:
> > The noise of origin changes is fairly heavy, somewhere in the low
> > hundreds of alerts per day given a 3 day history window.  Supposing a
> > falsely originated route was delayed, what is the chance of identifying
> > and fixing it before the end of the delay period?  Do operators
> > commonly catch misconfigurations on their own or do they usually find
> > out about it from other operators due to service disruption?
>         Are the origin changes for a small set of the prefixes
> that tend to repeat (eg: connexion as planes move), or is it a different
> set of prefixes day-to-day or week-to-week?
>         I suspect there are the obvious prefixes that don't change
> (eg: 12/8, 18/8, 35/8, 38/8)  but subparts of that may change, but
> for most people with allocations in the range of 12-17 bits, I suspect
> they won't change frequently.
>         - jared
> --
> Jared Mauch  | pgp key available via finger from [email protected]
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