Bogon Filter - Please check for 77/8 78/8 79/8
Barry Greene (bgreene)
bgreene at cisco.com
Fri Dec 15 19:21:14 UTC 2006
-> We have this source:
-> We "source" URLs for each of the RIRs in the prefix filter templates:
-> We have the Bogon Router Server:
-> We have the RIPE project to help with the migration:
-> We have the RADB Filters:
-> We have the RIPE DB Filters:
-> And there is DNS and E-mail notifications ......
All of this is listed at http://www.cymru.com/Bogons/index.html
So what would be helpful are people who say "I've done everything (or
some of the things) off the Bogon Team page and think there is a better
way." The core problem right now are that too many organizations are
doing nothing to maintain policy once that policy choice has been
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-nanog at merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog at merit.edu] On
> Behalf Of David Conrad
> Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2006 4:50 PM
> To: Michael.Dillon at btradianz.com
> Cc: nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: Re: Bogon Filter - Please check for 77/8 78/8 79/8
> > or LDAP could be used ...
> I was wondering when this would show up... :-)
> > If IANA and the RIRs would step up to the plate and provide an
> > authoritative data source identifying which address ranges
> have been
> > issued for use on the Internet then bogon lists would not
> be needed at
> > all.
> > ... IANA would be the authoritative source for stuff like RFC 1918
> > address ranges and other non-RIR ranges.
> IANA has a project along these lines at the earliest stage of
> development (that is, we're trying to figure out if this is a
> good idea and if so, the best way to implement it). I'd be
> interested in hearing opinions (either publicly or privately)
> as to what IANA should do here.
> > One wonders whether it might not be more effective in the
> long run to
> > sue ICANN/IANA rather than suing completewhois.com.
> Sigh. What is the IOS command to disable lawyers again?
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