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Re: 204.82.160.0/22 invisible
From: Gordon Cook <gcook () tigger jvnc net>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 1995 00:02:21 -0400 (EDT)

This *IS* a serious event.  It *IS* sponsored by the branch of NATO that 
furthers international science and technology cooperation between NATO 
members and Russia and former republics of the former USSR.  I attended 
last years conference at the invitation of Steve goldstein (NSF) who was 
co-chair.  last year we met just outside of Moscow.  In my opinion SEAN 
should make an immediate exception for the week long duration of this 
significant conference and its hoped for benefit of the growth of the 
internet in Russia and other former USSR republics.

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On Sun, 24 Sep 1995, Kai wrote:


My network assignment 204.82.160.0/22 (Sprint-announced) has become invisible
to all Digex-connected networks, while my old assignment (204.97.218/219)
is still seen normally.
Following the NANOG list, I must suspect this is due to the route prefix
filtering Sean Doran announced, and which seems to have gone into effect.
As Comsat (a Digex client) can now no longer reach BelCom's overseas
subsidaries (BelCom is a Computel client, client of Sprint: Computel is
technically incapable of handling or comprehending this issue, you will
have to deal with me).
I demand that this route prefix filtering is turned off immediately:
The Almaty NATO networking conference is IN SESSION (trace to 206.82.161.1
if you can ), and I was absolutely positive about the consequences this
will have on the relationship between BelCom and Arna-Sprint in Kazakhstan.
If you want to avoid a press release at the conference detailing names and
circumstances of this engineering terrorism, you should turn off the route
prefix filter THIS MINUTE. There was absolutely no humanly sane reason to
'pull the plug' on a Sprint customer like this, and to sabotage an event
that has cost us $50,000 plus 200 engineering hours to make happen.
This is off to the lawyers.

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Kai Schlichting
Internet Project Manager, BelCom, Inc.
515 Madison Ave Suite 2100
NY,NY 10022
212-705-9500 (voice)
212-755-0864 (fax)
kai () belcom net
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