jesper at skriver.dk
Mon Dec 13 17:24:03 UTC 1999
On Mon, Dec 13, 1999 at 08:59:59AM -0800, Tim Wolfe wrote:
> Being somewhat of a paranoid body, I have all my BGP peers currently set for
> max-prefix of 75000. On Friday, my Sprint peer (usually around 67k)
> exceeded that number and we stopped the session. This in itself is not a
> big deal, but looking at http://www.telstra.net/ops/bgptable.html I notice
> that they suck a large influx in the table at a similar time.. Did anyone
> else see something similar? If so, what peers did you see this from? Here
> is the log for my incident in question..
> Dec 10 17:39:39 No. of prefix received from SPRINTROUTER: 75001 exceed limit 75000
> My session was disabled so I'm not sure how much bigger their table got.
> The only reason I bring this up here instead of directly to Sprint is that
> the data on the Telestra page appears to point the finger at this being a
> multi-provider incident, and I haven't heard anything on this list or others
> regarding the situation..
None of our full routing sessions show this ...
x.x.x.x 4 1 1288729 35709 3747858 0 0 1w4d 66566
x.x.x.x 4 1239 1392203 36716 3747606 0 0 1w1d 66970
x.x.x.x 4 3561 91930 1560 392057 0 0 06:19:18 66647
Jesper Skriver, jesper(at)skriver(dot)dk
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