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Re: Hijacked Network Ranges
From: Mark Tinka <mtinka () globaltransit net>
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2012 13:07:39 +0800
On Monday, February 06, 2012 12:26:51 PM Suresh
I had this happen to me in 2008 -
Total pain in the ass when it does happen. Funnily
enough in that case it was another downstream of the
same ISP who was pulling this stunt ..
Clearly the joy of running a clean network is not shared by
Yes, it is a little bit of extra hassle having to update
filters when your downstreams make change requests
(including verification, e.t.c.). But when some of our
upstreams make us go through this, I'm much happier they do
than they if they didn't. Some are even asking us to "fax"
documents of such requests; a little extreme, but okay, I'll
We do have some upstreams who are pretty lax about this. But
we certainly are not, and as a result, are yet to put one of
our customers or the Internet in jeopardy because we let one
through the cracks.
It's 2012, we really shouldn't be seeing this type of thing
anymore, particularly after what happened in Pakistan.
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