New Intercage upstream

Paul Wall pauldotwall at gmail.com
Fri Sep 12 14:03:21 CDT 2008


This is easy.

Hey Cogent (174), AboveNet (6461), and NTT/Verio (2914),

Could you guys please be sure you're not routing the following rogue
customer prefixes?

58.65.238.0/24
58.65.239.0/24
64.28.176.0/20
67.130.99.0/24
67.210.0.0/21
67.210.8.0/22
67.210.13.0/24
67.210.14.0/23
69.1.78.0/24
69.22.162.0/23
69.22.168.0/22
69.22.184.0/22
69.31.64.0/20
69.50.160.0/20
69.50.176.0/20
69.130.99.0/24
69.250.145.0/24
85.255.113.0/24
85.255.114.0/23
85.255.116.0/23
85.255.118.0/24
85.255.119.0/24
85.255.120.0/24
85.255.121.0/24
85.255.122.0/24
93.188.160.0/21
116.50.10.0/24
116.50.11.0/24
195.95.218.0/23
216.255.176.0/20

Thank you, and Drive Slow,
Paul Wall

On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 4:29 AM,  <marcus.sachs at verizon.com> wrote:
> Looks like they found a new willing partner.
>
> AS32335  PACIFICINTERNETEXCHANGE-NET - Pacific Internet Exchange LLC.
>
> http://cidr-report.org/cgi-bin/as-report?as=AS27595
>
> http://www.pacificinternetexchange.net/
>
>
> Marc
>
>




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