[SANOG] How to get off the Bogon IP list or get an
lists at tarundua.net
Tue Feb 18 08:40:27 UTC 2014
Thanks for your email. I have asked Netmagic which is our BGP peer to
escalate via Tata which is a direct peer of Cogent AS174 as well.
Our other BGP peer Spectranet ( Anurag from their team is on the sanog )
has also promised help in resolving the issue.
On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 1:49 PM, Srinivas Chendi <sunny at apnic.net> wrote:
> Dear Tarun,
> We have alerted ARIN of the problem you have experienced and will try
> and assist you to communicate with the ISP who appear to have bogon
> Please contact our Member Services staff for further assistance.
> In the meantime, please do continue to explore solutions as others have
> suggested in this list.
> Kind regards,
>> > From: Tarun Dua <lists at tarundua.net>
>> > Subject: [SANOG] How to get off the Bogon IP list or get an
>> incorrectly advertised BGP announcement fixed
>> > Date: 17 February 2014 10:18:05 PM AEST
>> > To: <sanog at sanog.org>
>> > 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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