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Re: AS8584 taking over the internet
From: Abha Ahuja <ahuja () merit edu>
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 1998 13:53:45 -0400 (EDT)
Or maybe, use a route server!
On Wed, 8 Apr 1998, philip bridge wrote:
...is long overdue.
At 02:53 PM 4/7/98 -0400, Mr. Dana Hudes wrote:
It is such accidents that reinforce the notion of per-prefix
Of course if one changes one's IRR/RIPE DB/RADB entries to
announce the world there could still be a problem with
accept policy. The solution to *that* is quality assurance of the
database, an ongoing issue in RIPE DB WG at least.
Even then how does one prevent someone coding 'ANY' for their
announce policy when they should not? In the old NFSNET days
human inspection of IRR entries assured quality but that's not
practical anymore at a central registry.
sure, one has accept policy but other than excluding RFC1918 and
your own address space and default you have no practical choice
but to reference the other guy's aut-num object and the
Bernhard Kroenung wrote:
At the Moment AS4000 / AS8584 is announcing the whole internet :-(
For programming the cuise-missiles or SS20's - here is the data :
descr: Barak AS
as-in: from AS4000 10 accept ANY
as-in: from AS5585 100 accept ANY
as-out: to AS4000 announce AS8584
as-out: to AS5585 announce AS8584
default: AS4000 10
changed: ashor () barakitc co il 971126
person: Amir Shor
address: Barak I.T.C.
address: 15 Ha-Melacaha St.
address: Rosh Ha-Ayin 48091, Israel
phone: +972 3 9001082
fax-no: +972 3 9001090
e-mail: ashor () barakitc co il
changed: ashor () barakitc co il 971112
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