INDOSAT Internet Network Provider NOC Contact

Scott Weeks surfer at mauigateway.com
Sat Jan 15 11:48:49 CST 2011


--- tdonahue at vonmail.vonworldwide.com wrote:
From: Tim Donahue <tdonahue at vonmail.vonworldwide.com>

Sorry for the noise, but I was wondering if anyone has a NOC or BGP 
knowledgeable contact with INDOSAT Internet Network Provider
  (AS4761).  I have emailed the [email protected] email address listed in the 
WHOIS contact, and tried calling the phone number listed as well 
(disconnect message).

They are announcing one of our prefixes and I am trying to find a 
contact in their company who can fix the announcement.
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It seems that they were announcing more than just your prefix:


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From:  	Aftab Siddiqui <aftab.siddiqui at gmail.com>
To:  	sanog at sanog.org
Subject:  	[SANOG] ‘Hijack’ by AS4761
Date:  	Fri 01/14/11 09:50 PM

Just got this news. Anyone in SA region felt anything? I assume many are
using 8.8.8.8 these days.

"The last 24 hours AS4761, INDOSAT-INP-AP, started to originate a large
number of new prefixes. A quick check show that AS4761 originated
approximately 2800 new unique prefixes of 824 unique Autonomous 
systems."
Complete story.

http://bgpmon.net/blog/?p=400&cpage=1#comment-1890

Regards,

Aftab A. Siddiqui


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scott


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