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Re: SMURF amplifier block list
From: Dean Anderson <dean () av8 com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 20:28:33 -0400

Uh, a BGP feed doesn't do you any good folks.  You want to block INGRESS,
not outbound packet flow.

I thought I heard BGP mentioned about 25 messages back as a means to put
more pressure on these networks, by shutting off connectivity to them. It
is also a means to distribute throttling to others during a smurf attack,
say if someone upstream has the feed.  I can see that using it might create
more problems, but its also a decision that can be made by the network
provider.  I'll just offer a site to run the gated and coordinate changes.

                --Dean


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