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Re: Smurf Amplifier Block List --- Useless in some cases????
From: dirk () power net
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 12:57:19 -0700

Add the entire list to Karl's list. Anybody should that has
first hand experience being on the receiving end.

I would think that bandwidth is a lot more expensive for 
networks outside the US... they'll be happy you made them
aware of this.


On Wed, Apr 29, 1998 at 03:47:43PM -0400, Martin, Christian wrote:

Our network was recently Smurfed - HARD.  Over 6000 subnets were
involved (as amps.).  I have all of the ARIN/RIPE/RADB entries for these
networks, and guess what? 95 PERCENT of them are in China/Taiwan or
Eastern Europe.  I am willing to post them, but the list is LONG.  Would
people rather see US sites, or all sites?  I ask because I am not sure
how much the University of Taipei cares about reachabiliy to the US - Or
do they?  

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