Prefix hijacking by Michael Lindsay via Internap

Erik Bais ebais at A2B-Internet.com
Sun Aug 21 05:56:26 CDT 2011


Hi Denis,

That is exactly why you might want to send an abuse msg to Tinet and NTT as they as accepting the prefixes fromm Portnap.

Erik

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Op Aug 21, 2011 om 12:44 heeft Denis Spirin <noc at link-telecom.net> het volgende geschreven:

> Where do you see the permission of Internap to transit our AS31733?
> 
> aut-num:         AS31733
> as-name:         LINKTEL-AS
> descr:           Link Telecom PJSC
> org:             ORG-LTP1-RIPE
> import:          from AS8342 accept ANY
> import:          from AS12695 accept ANY
> import:          from AS44109 accept ANY
> export:          to AS8342 announce AS31733
> export:          to AS12695 announce AS31733
> export:          to AS44109 announce AS31733
> admin-c:         LN1688-RIPE
> tech-c:          LN1688-RIPE
> mnt-by:          RIPE-NCC-END-MNT
> mnt-by:          MNT-LINKTEL
> mnt-routes:      MNT-LINKTEL
> changed:         noc at link-telecom.biz 20080917
> changed:         hostmaster at ripe.net 20110414
> source:          RIPE
> 
> AS8342, AS12695, AS44109 can. AS12182 - can't.
> 
> We already in touch with RIPE NCC and Internap. But networks are continue to
> be hijacked. That is the reason I wrote to this list.
> 
> 
> 2011/8/21 Arturo Servin <arturo.servin at gmail.com>
> 
>> 
>> On 21 Aug 2011, at 00:28, Denis Spirin wrote:
>> 
>>> Yes, they are using our ASN 31733 to originate networks. All the visible
>>> paths are through AS12182. Internap was contacted about a week ago, but
>> did
>>> nothing.
>> 
>>        Which seems to be the right decision because the whois data backed
>> it on.
>> 
>> 
>>> No, I'm not a venture capitalist, but IT specialist.
>>> 
>>> I am too sleepy, so replied to Adrian directly while wanted to post in
>> the
>>> list.
>> 
>>        If you are claiming right over these prefixes I suggest you to
>> contact RIPE NCC.
>> 
>> /as
>> 
>>> 
>>> 2011/8/21 Arturo Servin <aservin at lacnic.net>
>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> These prefix are originated by AS31733 which seems to be assigned to the
>>>> same organisation than the ASN, which in turn seems to be you.
>>>> 
>>>> I can see AS12182 in the path but not originating the route. So I do not
>>>> understand what are your claiming.
>>>> 
>>>> .as
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> On 20 Aug 2011, at 23:05, Denis Spirin wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> Right now there are:
>>>> 46.96.0.0/16
>>>> 83.223.224.0/19
>>>> 94.250.128.0/19
>>>> 94.250.160.0/19
>>>> 188.164.0.0/24
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>> 
>> 




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