Invalid prefix announcement from AS9035 for 22.214.171.124/16
christian at automatick.net
Fri Oct 9 14:35:34 UTC 2009
there are multiple systems available, sign up for a few
i've noticed cyclops alerts are sent faster than bgpon
PHAS was fast, but the project is over and something new is going to be released
there is ripe MyASN
there is watchmynet
On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 7:23 AM, Dylan Ebner <dylan.ebner at crlmed.com> wrote:
> Does anyone know why it takes BGPMon so long to send out an email. It looks like it BGPMon detected the AS9035 announcements at the right time (around 7:00 UTC) but I didn't get a notification until around 13:00 UTC. It seems like many people rely on BGPMon to do this type of detection, so the long delay is frustrating.
> Dylan Ebner
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Cowie [mailto:cowie at renesys.com]
> Sent: Friday, October 09, 2009 9:11 AM
> To: Adam Kennedy
> Cc: NANOG
> Subject: Re: Invalid prefix announcement from AS9035 for 126.96.36.199/16
> Lots of people were affected, but none significantly. They originated
> 86,747 networks very briefly (less than a minute at 7:23 UTC), and I don't
> think anyone outside Telecom Italia's customer cone even saw them. So the
> impact was really, really limited. The correct origins were being reasserted even before the last of the announcements came over the wire.
> It always irks me when I see "routing alerts" that arrive hours after the event is over, without any of the context that would allow you to know
> whether it had any real impact. Your instinct to check looking glasses is
> the right one, but you have to move quickly and know where to look.
> Of course, I'm biased. --jim
> On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 9:20 AM, Adam Kennedy <akennedy at cyberlinktech.com>wrote:
>> Agreed. Our prefixes at AS40060 were announced as well. I received a
>> notification around 7:00am EDT that our prefixes were detected
>> announced from AS9035 with the same upstream AS1267.
>> On 10/9/09 8:34 AM, "Wouter Prins" <wp at null0.nl> wrote:
>> > Hi Matthew,
>> > You are not the only one having this issue. They are announcing some
>> > prefixes as well!
>> > 2009/10/9 Matthew Huff <mhuff at ox.com>
>> >> About 4 hours ago BGPmon picked up a rogue announcement of
>> >> 188.8.131.52
>> >> AS9035 (ASN-WIND Wind Telecomunicazioni spa) with an upstream of
>> >> AS1267 (ASN-INFOSTRADA Infostrada S.p.A.). I don't see it now on
>> >> any looking
>> >> sites. Hopefully this was just a typo that was quickly corrected. I
>> >> appreciate if people have time and can double check let me know if
>> >> any announcements are active except from our AS6128/AS6395 upstreams.
>> >> If this were to persist, what would be the best course of action to
>> >> it, especially given that the AS was within RIPE.
>> >> ----
>> >> Matthew Huff | One Manhattanville Rd
>> >> OTA Management LLC | Purchase, NY 10577 http://www.ox.com | Phone:
>> >> 914-460-4039
>> >> aim: matthewbhuff | Fax: 914-460-4139
>> Adam Kennedy
>> Senior Network Administrator
>> Cyberlink Technologies, Inc.
>> Phone: 888-293-3693 x4352
>> Fax: 574-855-5761
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