Multicom Hijacks: Do you peer with these turkeys (AS35916)?
nanog at jima.us
Fri Aug 4 13:15:44 UTC 2017
Oops, following up a bit late.
I was told yesterday that AS209 blocked their acceptance of
22.214.171.124/16 from AS35916 based on a number of complaints, which
unfortunately left a path via their peering with NTT (which I presume
they can't filter for $reasons). But then a short time later AS35916
withdrew the announcement entirely, possibly because of the traffic
engineering implications of that filtering (not sure).
Short-term, it's a win, but long-term we may not have seen the last of
On 2017-08-03 06:24, Jima wrote:
> A few years back, Ronald named-and-shamed my work's new carrier for
> facilitating a prefix hijacker on this very list. As luck would have it,
> I had a fresh, crisp business card from our sales rep, so I passed the
> (quite legitimate) grievance along, and a short time later, the hijacked
> prefixes had one less upstream.
> Years later now, I have a different job, and a circuit with AS209. I'll
> see if I can't scare someone up (if it's still active by the time I get
> into the office).
> Thanks Ronald. Rest assured that many of us remember. :-)
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