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Re: Sticky Bogons
- From: Martin Hannigan
- Date: Thu Jan 12 02:18:18 2006
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> On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 10:50:52 EST, Joe Loiacono said:
> > a little help ...
> > The same issue from China. One of our member got a block /17 from 125/8,
> > this block caused
> The only thing likely to help is a baseball bat (although a cricket bat will
> probably serve in a pinch, and you're from that part of the world).
> Seriously. We've been having this *SAME* problem since we started allocating
> from 68/8 or 69/8. If sites *still* haven't figured out yet how to get their
> bogon filters maintained, they need to have Team Cymru's address tattooed onto
> their skulls with a baseball bat.
No, you are incorrect. Networks need to use authoritative sources for
their information. Cymru is behind IANA, not in front. Cymru is a good
resource, but I don't hear them calling themselves authoritative.
I've never worked anywhere that I could blame a network problem on an
RBL et. al. .edu may be different, but I doubt it.