Who has AS 1712?

Christopher Morrow morrowc.lists at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 22:33:01 CST 2009


On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:25 PM, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
>> In all seriousness though, how does this get fixed? and... who has to
>> renumber? :)
>
> luckily, it's not a renumber in the ip address sense.  but some router
> jock[ette]s are gonna be even more overworked than usual.

hope for their sake it's just 1 router :) and 2 transits ... if they
have internal bgp setup (more than one router in their peering/transit
edge) it's  going to cause them some pain :(

(at least with only 1 router and 2 bgp peers you could hope to static
route around the maintenance event)

> how to detect if there are more instances?

o Should some form of 'scrape routeviews before assignment' happen at
the RIR? (if you don't like o RV, pick another 2-3 sources of data)
o How do you make sure each RIR does this act?
o Should the customer check public data sources before acceptance?
o Is there a 30 day revoke/return dance for Number Resources?

> how to prevent new instances, both asn and ip?

See above ... It seems sensible to check existing data sources, if
that can be automated easily enough?

-chris




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