Hijacked IP space.
clewis at nortelnetworks.com
Tue Nov 4 16:17:54 UTC 2003
Ray Wong wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 03, 2003 at 04:47:44PM -0500, Chris Lewis wrote:
>>The .224/24, on the other hand, it a real sewer.
> I'm starting to figure that, given the delays, there's been enough damage
> done that 204.89.224/24 will never be able to get off the blocking lists
> anyway, so perhaps I'll turn it back in afterall. *sigh* That's what
> I get for trying to find low-cost ISPs willing to announce portable
As strange as this may seem, I still think there's hope since it's
thoroughly covered by existing DNSBLs. A few POCs, and you should be
able to get it delisted. Yes, there's local listings such as ours, but
the number of local BLs that identify specific blocks in _advance_ of,
say, SBL, should be relatively small. And we're quick to delist once we
But _first_, you have to get it disconnected from whose hijacking it
now. There's no way you can get it delisted given it's _current_
metrics, not a chance.
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