[SANOG] How to get off the Bogon IP list or get an incorrectly advertised BGP announcement fixed

Anurag Bhatia me at anuragbhatia.com
Mon Feb 17 14:19:28 UTC 2014


If you are using prefix in India, likely your upstream would be taking
further upstream from Cogent and so you can push this via them else for
upstream like Tata, they peer with Cogent as you know and you can further
push via them.

In my experience most of Western telcos don't entertain requests from
networks which are not their direct clients, but would be curious to know
your experiences.

Also, as someone suggested already - NANOG mailing list is also a very good
place for posting (along with prefix).

Hope this will help.

On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 5:48 PM, Tarun Dua <lists at tarundua.net> wrote:

> Hi All,
> We recently transferred an IPv4 /21 to our APNIC account from a seller in
> US who is not longer using it.
> While we announced successfully the via our BGP peer(s) and in our part of
> the world the IPs are accessible. It appears that Cogent is incorrectly
> announcing our prefixes under some sort of bogon IP prefix lists and
> causing a large part of the globe to not see our announcements.
> We intend to put these IP blocks into production soon, what is the advice
> here on how to contact cogent to cease & desist from announcing our
> prefixes.
> -Tarun
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