AS4826 leaking at Any2 LA?

randal k nanog at data102.com
Fri Nov 14 03:38:02 UTC 2014


Kudos where due - Vocus' NOC picked up and knowledgeably directed me where
to go, Craig is on here advising within 20 minutes, and I received a
separate note from another Vocus network engineer who provided an
insightful explanation and resolution.

Good work, and thanks for your quick responses!

Randal

On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 5:27 PM, Craig Spiers <craig.spiers at vocus.co.nz>
wrote:

>  Hi Randal,
>
>  I have put an interim solution in place to stop this - a more permanent
> solution requires some customer involvement.
>
>  For the time being - you can consider this issue closed.
>
>  Cheers
>
>
>  Kind regards,
>
>
> *Craig Spiers*
> * | Senior Network Engineer  *
>
> *M*: +64 21 511 523 *D*: +64 9 913 9672   *E*: craig.spiers at vocus.co.nz
>
> *P*: 0800 VOCUS NZ or +64 9 912 8899   *W*: vocus.co.nz
> <http://www.vocus.co.nz/>   *A*: 7a Parkhead Place, Albany, Auckland
> 0632, NZ
>
>
>
> On 14 November 2014 at 12:57:07 pm, randal k (nanog at data102.com) wrote:
>
>  We're seeing ~2000+ routes leaking at Any2 LA, originating from AS4826.
>
> Our traceroutes to Microsoft were going to LA->New Zealand and back O_o.
> We
> filtered them out, but thought other folks should know just in case.
>
> I also did call their NOC & send them a copy of my notes - just thought
> I'd
> throw this out there!
>
> Regards,
> Randal
>
>


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