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Re: AS8584 taking over the internet

  • From: Curt Howland
  • Date: Wed Apr 08 14:56:49 1998

Then simply authenticate any/all changes to the route
servers, such as PGP signed email to "auto-dbm@ra.net".

Curt-

> Or maybe, use a route server!
> 
> -abha ;)
> 
> 
> On Wed, 8 Apr 1998, philip bridge wrote:
> 
> > Seems like...
> > 
> > http://www.academ.com/nanog/feb1998/origin.html
> > 
> > ...is long overdue.
> > 
> > Phil
> > 
> > At 02:53 PM 4/7/98 -0400, Mr. Dana Hudes wrote:
> > >It is such accidents that reinforce the notion of per-prefix
> > >filtering.
> > >Of course if one changes one's IRR/RIPE DB/RADB entries to
> > >deliberately
> > >announce the world there could still be a problem with
> > >auto-generated
> > >accept policy. The solution to *that* is quality assurance of the
> > >database, an ongoing issue in RIPE DB WG at least.
> > >
> > >Even then how does one prevent someone coding 'ANY' for their
> > >announce policy when they should not? In the old NFSNET days
> > >human inspection of IRR entries assured quality but that's not
> > >practical anymore at a central registry. 
> > >
> > >sure, one has accept policy but other than excluding RFC1918 and
> > >your own address space and default you have no practical choice
> > >but to reference the other guy's aut-num object and the
> > >associated routes.
> > >
> > >
> > >Dana Hudes
> > >Graphnet
> > >
> > >
> > >Bernhard Kroenung wrote:
> > >> 
> > >> At the Moment AS4000 / AS8584 is announcing the whole internet :-(
> > >> 
> > >> For programming the cuise-missiles or SS20's - here is the data :
> > >> 
> > >> aut-num:     AS8584
> > >> descr:       Barak AS
> > >> as-in:       from AS4000 10 accept ANY
> > >> as-in:       from AS5585 100 accept ANY
> > >> as-out:      to AS4000 announce AS8584
> > >> as-out:      to AS5585 announce AS8584
> > >> default:     AS4000 10
> > >> admin-c:     AS261-RIPE
> > >> tech-c:      AS261-RIPE
> > >> mnt-by:      AS8584-MNT
> > >> changed:     ashor@barakitc.co.il 971126
> > >> source:      RIPE
> > >> 
> > >> person:      Amir Shor
> > >> address:     Barak I.T.C.
> > >> address:     15 Ha-Melacaha St.
> > >> address:     Rosh Ha-Ayin 48091, Israel
> > >> phone:       +972 3 9001082
> > >> fax-no:      +972 3 9001090
> > >> e-mail:      ashor@barakitc.co.il
> > >> nic-hdl:     AS261-RIPE
> > >> changed:     ashor@barakitc.co.il 971112
> > >> source:      RIPE
> > >> 
> > >>   Ciao
> > >>     Bernhard
> > >> --
> > >> Bernhard Kroenung, Bahnhofstr 8, 36157 Ebersburg/Rhoen, Germany +49 6656
> > 910101
> > >> @work : bernhard@kroenung.de                              Work: +49 661
> > 9011777
> > >> @home : horke@Rhoen.De       @school :
> > Bernhard.Kroenung@Informatik.FH-Fulda.De
> > >
> > >
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > ______________________________________________________________
> > Philip Bridge	
> > ++41 31 688 8262	bridge@ip-plus.net     www.ip-plus.ch
> > PGP: DE78 06B7 ACDB CB56 CE88 6165 A73F B703
> > 
> 
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