Any ISPs using AS852 for IP Transit?

Hugo Slabbert hugo at
Thu Sep 15 19:15:29 UTC 2016

So, to be blunt, I would cast this as their charging you NRC for manual 
work because of their failure to automate this.

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On Thu 2016-Sep-15 15:09:33 -0400, Jason Lixfeld <jason+nanog at> wrote:

>Last time I asked, that wasn’t something that they had implemented, and had no definite plans to do so within any timeframe that was on their radar.
>> On Sep 15, 2016, at 2:50 PM, Steven Schecter <schecter at> wrote:
>> I question their motivation here and would follow up by asking if they support filtering by IRRdb and are merely trying to encourage the practice?
>> /Steve
>> On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 2:07 PM, Jason Lixfeld <jason+nanog at> wrote:
>> If there are any ISPs who use TELUS/AS852 for IP Transit over BGP, I’d be interested in hearing from you.
>> I’d like to compare notes to see if you are also paying $250 for each BGP prefix filter updated request, or if we’re the only ones…
>> Thanks in advance!
>> --
>> Steven J. Schecter
>> (m) 917.676.1646
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