d000::/8 from AS28716

Mark Jackson mark.jacksontechnology at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 20:25:56 CST 2010


I'd say that is a bogus route/AS announcement.
I see nothing in the address assignment for that. But I see traffic
started originating around 12/15/2009.


Mark Jackson, CCIE #4736
Sent from my iPhone. Please excuse spelling errors

On Jan 11, 2010, at 6:17 PM, Chuck Anderson <cra at WPI.EDU> wrote:

> Anyone know why this ISP from Italy is advertising d000::/8 to the
> IPv6 Internet?
>
>> show route d000::/8
>
> inet6.0: 2446 destinations, 5143 routes (2445 active, 0 holddown, 1
> hidden)
> Restart Complete
> + = Active Route, - = Last Active, * = Both
>
> d000::/8           *[BGP/170] 01:08:26, MED 760, localpref 200
>                      AS path: 30071 6762 28716 I
>> to 2001:4830:e1:10::1 via ge-0/0/0.593
>
>
> aut-num:        AS28716
> as-name:        EPLANET-AS
> export:         to AS49772 announce ANY
> descr:          ePLANET SPA
> descr:          Internet Service Provider
> descr:          Via G.Vida 19 20127 Milano - ITALY -
> admin-c:        GU29-RIPE
> tech-c:         MF8125-RIPE
> mnt-by:         EPLANET-MNT
> mnt-routes:     EPLANET-MNT
> changed:        hostmaster at ripe.net 20080208
> source:         RIPE
>
>




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