Peering with abusers...good or bad?
baldur.norddahl at gmail.com
Sat Mar 3 00:22:45 UTC 2018
So I want to buy additional ports at each IX. The slowest speed they offer.
If I am lucky they have a free 100 Mbps. And then I just announce the
prefix I want to blackhole. Doesn't matter that the port overloads. I am
just going to null route the traffic anyway...
Den 3. mar. 2018 01.12 skrev "Job Snijders" <job at instituut.net>:
On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 at 01:08, Bryan Holloway <bryan at shout.net> wrote:
> On 3/2/18 5:29 PM, Ca By wrote:
> > On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 2:13 PM Matthew Petach <mpetach at netflight.com>
> >> On Tue, Feb 27, 2018 at 4:13 PM, Dan Hollis <goemon at sasami.anime.net>
> >> wrote:
> >>> OVH does not suprise me in the least.
> >>> Maybe this is finally what it will take to get people to de-peer them.
> >> If I de-peer them, I pay my upstream to carry the
> >> attack traffic.
> > Your isp will do rtbh
> > Your peers wont
> Some public IXs support RTBH ... Equinix, DE-CIX, to name two ... PNIs
> is a different story.
Those IX “blackhole” mechanisms are a perverse ineffective method that
exists solely for marketing reasons. If you aren’t blackholing in the
fabric you aren’t blackholing.
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