[SANOG] How to get off the Bogon IP list or get an incorrectly advertised BGP announcement fixed
sunny at apnic.net
Thu Feb 20 00:00:04 UTC 2014
You can use MyAPNIC to update your objects that are registered in the
APNIC Whois database. To update registration in radb.net, you need to
contact Radb directly and request them to update their registration.
On 19/02/2014 3:06 PM, Tarun Dua wrote:
> So is it possible to get radb.net <http://radb.net> to remove stale
> entries ?
> Can myapnic account be used for doing that ?
> On Tuesday, February 18, 2014, Suresh Ramasubramanian <suresh at hserus.net
> <mailto:suresh at hserus.net>> wrote:
> This has bitten me at least once in the past so it is not something
> I would forget in a hurry :)
> --srs (htc one x)
> ----- Reply message -----
> From: "Anurag Bhatia" <me at anuragbhatia.com
> To: "Suresh Ramasubramanian" <suresh at hserus.net
> Cc: "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: Mon, Feb 17, 2014 10:31 AM
> Nice find Suresh!
> Btw this brings to me to slightly unrelated issues of wrong RADB entries
> for all such prefixes. The ISP which I represent has some prefix with RADB
> entries from ISP which (I guess) had prefix years back before APNIC
> re-allocated them. Isn't this very common? In traceroute with "-A" argument
> we see multiple ASNs so many times (since -A is based on RADB data rather
> than actual routing
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