Rogue BGP Routes

Gary Godard gary at
Fri May 15 17:13:11 UTC 2020

The affected prefixes were and

We did previously have a relationship with 10 years ago in the
Thibodaux/Hammond area.

Around 8 pm CST last night service to the customers was restored.

Not sure who resolved the issue or if RPKI that I set up yesterday
afternoon was responsible. but it does not appear to be an issue at this

We are watching it more closely.

Gary Godard
*Chief Technical Officer*

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       West Monroe, LA 71291

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      where are you fishing???

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On Fri, May 15, 2020 at 10:17 AM Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at> wrote:

> On 14/May/20 22:53, Gary Godard via NANOG wrote:
> > Hi,
> >       We are having an issue with Charter Communications advertising 2
> > of our IP ranges.
> > We are in the process of implementing RPKI now, but does anyone have a
> > suggestion on how to get them to stop? We have tried contacting them
> > via email and via and phone through numerous channels with no luck.
> Have you tried checking PeeringDB?
> Any idea how this could have happened? Did you used to have some kind of
> relationship with them back in the day?
> Mark.
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