Ranges announced by Level3 without permitions.
Patrick W. Gilmore
patrick at ianai.net
Thu Mar 3 08:39:03 CST 2011
On Mar 3, 2011, at 9:34 AM, Alfa Telecom wrote:
> On 03/03/2011 03:25 PM, Brandon Ross wrote:
>> On Thu, 3 Mar 2011, Alfa Telecom wrote:
>>> Both ranges are from RIPE region and couldn't be announced from ARIN ASN at all.
>> Your premise is incorrect. Any block from any RIR can be announced by any ASN.
> 1) All routing data must be present at the RIPE DB. If you work with RIPE DB you could see that webtools don't allow you to create route to ASN not from RIPE region.
> 2) RIPE IP Usage policy don't allow to route RIPE IPs from non-RIPE region.
You are confused.
>>> We're sponsored LIR for both companies, I sent several emails to Level3 noc, made several calls but they still announce these ranges.
>> Why should they stop announcing them? Do you believe they have been hijacked? If these companies have decided to contract with another transit provider, you cannot stop them from doing so in this way.
> IPs are announced by Level3... I respect this company but looks like Level3 is scammed and currently announce without necessary permissions.
You will need more than a baseless accusation to make others change. Especially after you have shown ignorance of some basic facts on how networks announce & accept prefixes.
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