Bogus announcement of 205.164.62.0/24 by AGIS - CLEARED

Darin Wayrynen darin at good.net
Fri Dec 26 21:34:50 UTC 1997


> 
> Well, well, well, isn't NANOG grand.
> 
> Looks to me like the public exposure and calls to our upstreams asking them
> to drop AS4200 routes on the floor got rather quick results.
> 
> Current status of 205.164.62.0/24:
> 
> Loop-Core1.Mcs.Net>show ip bgp 205.164.62.0
> BGP routing table entry for 205.164.62.0/24, version 58913
> Paths: (3 available, best #1)
> Advertisements of this net are suppressed by an aggregate.
>   Local
>     0.0.0.0
>       Origin incomplete, metric 0, weight 32768, valid, sourced, best
>   5696 4200 (history entry)
>     207.98.189.129 from 207.98.189.129 (209.54.146.1)
>       Origin IGP, external
>       Dampinfo: penalty 891, flapped 1 times in 00:02:36
>   5646 1239 4200 (history entry)
>     206.54.225.149 from 206.54.225.149 (207.112.244.17)
>       Origin IGP, external
>       Community: 370016922
>       Dampinfo: penalty 902, flapped 1 times in 00:02:19
> 
> Thank you Nap.Net, GoodNet and NANOG.

Karl -

GoodNet dropping peering with Agis would not be the solution for this
problem.

In any case, your example above would require Nap.Net to ask Sprint to
drop peering with Agis...

Please, in the future, open a trouble ticket with our NOC via email or
voice phone call so we can work on this issues.

We don't puruse the Nanog mailing list continuosly for incoming trouble
reports from our customers.

:-(

Darin
-- 
                                    'shredding packets around the world'
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Darin Wayrynen, Chief Technology Officer, (602) 303-9500, darin at good.net



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