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Re: Cisco says attacks are due to operational practices
- From: Vijay Gill
- Date: Thu Feb 10 22:07:42 2000
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Paul Ferguson wrote:
> At 06:13 PM 02/10/2000 -0800, Chris Cappuccio wrote:
> >Filtering incoming our outgoing ports for anybody's network but your own (not
> >your customer's) is wrong. You know specifically what apps you are running.
> >How can you know what your customer is running or what they want to do ?
> Excuse me, but can you please tell me what "application" a downstream
> customer might be running which originates packets for traffic with
> source addresses which they are not advertising (or you are advertising
> for them)?
Trivial. I've seen several companies with two or more upstreams that are
statically routed by their upstreams with a their respective blocks but
One might argue this is bad, but engineering is all about compromises and
the real world and this happens in the real world. A lot.