Public shaming list for ISPs announcing other ISPs IP space by mistake
mksmith at adhost.com
Sat Aug 16 10:28:26 CDT 2008
>> No really, the reason for some leaks isn't because so-and-so was
>> never a customer, they were. 5 years ago. nobody removed the
>> routes from
>> the IRR or AS-SET or <insert method here> and now the route is
>> learned via
>> some other location and it's bypassed your perimiter security and
>> infiltrated your BGP.
> I agree, how many of you folks that use IRRs have
> ever deleted an IRR object? Heck, some ISPs even
> add them based on existence of advertised routes.
Even better, how many have tried to get another provider to remove legacy
objects from days gone by when someone was adding objects on your behalf? I
have objects that date back to 1998 that are completely bogus and I can't do
squat about it.
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