To CAIS Engineers - WAKE UP AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR CUSTOMERS
Christopher A. Woodfield
rekoil at semihuman.com
Mon May 14 15:39:22 UTC 2001
Yes, ARIN won't _prevent_ you from SWIPping /29s and /30s, but ARIN _requires_
you to SWIP any suballocation larger than a /28, and won't issue
additional blocks to you if your current blocks aren't properly SWIPped.
On Sun, May 13, 2001 at 10:07:26PM -0500, John Murphy wrote:
> I'm sorry Roeland, but your statement about SWIP'ing anything less than a
> /24 is just inaccurate. We SWIP /29s and /30s daily, for both our Frame
> and our DSL customers.
> -----------------------Original Message-----------------------
> From: Roeland Meyer
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Date: 5/13/01 4:21 PM
> Subject: RE: To CAIS Engineers - WAKE UP AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR CUSTOMERS
> I've had similar problem at SpeakEasy. They still don't have a reverse-DNS
> None of the DSL ISPs can do larger than /27 anymore, even when they're
> ILECs. Anything less than a /24 can't be SWIP'd and if you don't control
> your in-addr.arpa entries you don't control your domain and have no
> > From: John Palmer (NANOG Acct) [mailto:nanog at adns.net]
> > Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2001 1:40 PM
> > <FLAME ON>
> > PSINet dumped all of their DSL customers onto CAIS. Covad is
> > the backhaul
> > provider for them both. Need I say more?
> > Bottom line, I dont know how many thousands of people were
> > without service
> > for more than a day because the whole transfer was botched.
> > We have a situation where we had a DSL connection from PSI
> > and were using
> > our own IP addresses. Problem is that no one changed the
> > routing tables and the packets dead-ended at PSI.
> > Getting CAIS to fix this problem has been a nightmare. At
> > first, PSI didnt
> > stop announcing the routes and now that they have, it seems that
> > CAIS will not announce the routes till Monday becuase "no one
> > at our NOC
> > knows how to do this and the one guy (ONE GUY IN THE WHOLE
> > COMPANY - AND THEY ARE A NATIONWIDE PROVIDER????) who knows
> > how doesn't work
> > weekends."
> > <flame off - sorry to the list for being so loud>
Christopher A. Woodfield rekoil at semihuman.com
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