Re: Potential Prefix Hijack

From: Raymond Dijkxhoorn (no email)
Date: Tue Nov 11 2008 - 09:12:32 EST

  • Next message: Frederico A C Neves: "Re: Potential Prefix Hijack"

    Hi!

    > That's not true, as not all our prefixes were hijacked nor leaked,
    > since they were originating them. If they were leaking them you might
    > be able to see further AS's on the AS-PATH, incluiding the legitimate
    > AS for originating those prefixes.

    We have seen issues like this also when a customer was leaking full
    routes, and his router ws not able to coop with the BGP tables. This gave
    really really strange things, simmilar like here, some prefixes were
    there and some not. Completely random.

    > Am i seeing things in a blur way ? or this is supposed to happen as
    > wind flows ?

    Upstreams should filter things properly. Thats a sure thing. OR max prefix
    limit customers like that....

    Bye,
    Raymond.


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