Amazon network engineering contact? re: DDoS traffic
dcorbe at hammerfiber.com
Fri Nov 9 02:11:22 UTC 2018
at 8:40 PM, Tom Beecher <beecher at beecher.cc> wrote:
> Nobody should ever be forced to peer to get someone to address abusive
> traffic originating from networks under their control.
Especially considering the fact that Amazon is just a bit selective about
their peers. Though, the size of our border probably had a lot to do with
the fact that we didn’t get a response the first time when we requested
peering for our 10s of megabits of traffic, we none the less didn’t get a
response the first time we tried. Not even a “go away until you have some
traffic of significance.”
In the end, we had to implore a back channel to get a peering session set up.
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