Verizon no BGP route to some of AS38365 (

Paul Rolland rol at
Thu Jul 21 16:42:38 UTC 2022


On Thu, 21 Jul 2022 12:39:55 -0400
Tom Beecher <beecher at> wrote:

> Well that shows my assertion was probably wrong.
> Given the geopolitical situation between the US and China, along with
> certain government orders, could likely infer this is intentional.

Well, I remember VZN when it was UUNet... and then, they had 3 main ASNs:
 - 701 (US)
 - 702 (EU)
 - 703 (APAC)

Playing with the LG, it may seem that the route is visible in the "703
region", so that may be traffic engineering, geo-whatever reason, config
mistake, ...


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