Latest instalment of the "hijacked /16s" story

Justin Shore justin at
Wed Jun 18 04:10:39 UTC 2008

Is the whole AS (33302) rogue like the AS advertising the SF Bay Packet 
Radio block is?  Looking at the WHOIS for some of the prefixes 
advertised by both ASs, I see some common company names.  That would 
lead me to believe that 33302 is no better than 33211 but I can't 
confirm that.  Any takers?


Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote:
> Another legacy /16, after the previous one - the sf bay packet radio /16
> This time 128.168/16 - and by the same group that seems to have acquired
> control of the earlier one.
> --srs

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