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Re: 2001:590::/32 announced by both AS4436 (nLayer) and AS4474 (Global Village, no contact in whois, but seems to be nLayer...)
- From: bill
- Date: Tue Mar 16 12:08:42 2004
so... the subject is somewhat disingenious. there is no problem with a prefix being
announced by more than one ASN. Per the original subject, this seemed to be your gripe.
however, the thread has devolved into someone using network resources w/o registration...
which is different.
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> [cc: to email@example.com, maybe now it will get their
> attention instead of going into /dev/null]
> Here is some operational content, instead of Packet Kiddies
> trying to rape each other verbally ;)
> According to Toshikazu Saito (Powerdcom):
> > I know both ASs, 4436 and 4474 are yours, so
> > nlayer should resolve this problem or respond to this.
> OrgName: Global Village Communication, Inc.
> OrgID: GVC-8
> Address: 1144 East Arques Avenue
> City: Sunnyvale
> StateProv: CA
> PostalCode: 94086
> Country: US
> ASNumber: 4474
> ASName: GVIL1
> ASHandle: AS4474
> Comment: The information for this ASN has been reported to
> Comment: be invalid. ARIN has attempted to obtain updated data, but has
> Comment: been unsuccessful. To provide current contact information,
> Comment: please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
> RegDate: 1995-03-08
> Updated: 2003-07-31
> The reason for the above was that we are currently seeing
> 2001:590::/32 announced by both AS4436 (nLayer) and AS4474
> (Global Village Communication) but apparently this is the
> same company and apparently they are using the bogus ASN.
> Bogus as it has no valid contact information
> See telnet://grh.sixxs.net
> or http://www.sixxs.net/tools/grh/lg/?find=2001:590::/32
> for the odd routes and who it goes over.
> As nLayer seems to be able to only send ticket responses
> but there seems to be no real user alive maybe it is time
> to start letting their peers ask them what to do with this
> and if they can't contact them to just start depeering?
> Unresponsive "NOC"'s is a real nightmare.
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