when i check our prefix 126.96.36.199/24 on www.ris.ripe.net i get an overlapping prefix:
192.0.0.0/3 announced by AS3303.
this occured today, but it was not the first time.
has anyone an explanation for this...???
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We're conducting a statistical overview of peering sessions for a research paper. The paper we produce will be input into OECD guidelines on national communications regulatory frameworks, so we'd very much like it to accurately reflect the diversity of peering agreements out there in the world. At the same time, if we ask for too much data, people will be reluctant to answer our questions, so we've tried to keep the data we're collecting as simple as possible.
Specifically, for each other Autonomous System you peer with, we'd be interested in knowing the following five pieces of information:
Your peer's ASN
Whether a written and signed peering agreement exists (the alternative being that it's less formal, like a "handshake agreement")
Whether the terms are roughly symmetric (the alternative being that it describes an agreement with different terms for each of the two parties, like one paying the other, or one receiving more or fewer than full customer routes)
If a jurisdiction of governing law is defined
The easiest way for us to take the information is as a tab-text file or spreadsheet, consisting of rows as follows:
Your ASN: Integer
Peer ASN: Integer
Written agreement: Boolean
Governing Law: ISO 3166 two-digit country-code, or empty
42 <tab> 715 <tab> false <tab> true <tab> us <cr>
42 <tab> 3856 <tab> true <tab> true <tab> us <cr>
The ASNs are just there so we can avoid double-counting a single pair of peers, when we hear from both of them. As soon as we've collated the data, we'll strip the ASNs to protect privacy, and only the final aggregate statistics will be published in any case. We've currently got about 10,000 sessions documented, and would love to have as many more as possible. We'd like to finish collecting data by the end of the second week of April, two weeks from now.
If you're able to help us, please email me the data in whatever form you can. If you need a non-disclosure, we're happy to sign one.
Thanks for considering this,
Packet Clearing House
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here's the announcement for the next beer event.
I hope the weather will be great - lake view ,-)
Imporant: I cannot reserve! So please be early!
If it's rainy we will move tot he vegetarian restaurant "Hiltl" near
"Jelmoli" in the city.
Please check your personal mails and/or website before going to the event
the facts for the next event:
Date: 2nd of May 2011
Time: starting around 18.30 o'clock
Location: @lake in restaurant "Pumpstation" (see image;
On Bad weather (will be communicated on the same day around noon) we go to
the "Hiltl" (vegetarian).
Registration deadline: 01.05.2011 18:00:00
Please register here: http://swinog.mrmouse.ch/
since we have to make reservations, i need to know who's coming and who not.
If you cannot attend and you're registered please inform me asap (+41 79 277
KSK CEREMONY 5
The fifth KSK ceremony for the root zone will take place in Culpeper,
VA, USA on Wednesday 2011-05-11. The ceremony is scheduled to begin
at 1300 local time (1700 UTC) and is expected to end by 1600 local
time (2000 UTC).
Video from Ceremony 5 will be recorded for audit purposes. Video
and associated audit materials will be published 1 to 2 weeks after
the ceremony, and will be available as usual by following the "KSK
Ceremony Materials" link at <https://www.iana.org/dnssec/>.
ICANN will operate a separate camera whose video will not be retained
for audit purposes, but which will instead be streamed live in order
to provide remote observers an opportunity to watch the ceremony.
The live stream will be provided on a best-effort basis. The live
video stream will be available at <http://dns.icann.org/ksk/stream/>.
Ceremony 5 will include processing of a Key Signing Request (KSR)
generated by VeriSign, and the resulting Signed Key Response (SKR)
will contain signatures for Q3 2011.
We'd like to hear from you. If you have feedback for us, please
send it to rootsign(a)icann.org.
We have 3* Cisco 7301 router for sale (incl. 1Gig ram for full BGP table).
Please contact me offlist with a quote if you are interested. The boxes are
available for pickup in Zurich Oerlikon, and we need to charge VAT (if this
matters for you).
As I consider it important to use the democratic rights, I think noone
should miss the chance of voting at the RIPE NCC general meeting on May 4,
2011 in Amsterdam:
Any LIR representative who cannot attend in person can either vote
electronically or pass on his voting right to a proxy. If you think that
electronic voting is too much hassle, I can offer myself as your proxy
voter. All you have to do is to fill in this form
and fax or email it to agm(a)ripe.net (and please cc me).
Init7 / AS13030
You should come to our speech at the ipv6 congress in Frankfurt in may (12. and 13. of may) because we address there this topic in therms for software developers.
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Von: "Guillaume Leclanche" <guillaume(a)leclanche.net>
An: "swinog(a)swinog.ch" <swinog(a)swinog.ch>
Betreff: [swinog] [Apnic-announce] APNIC IPv4 Address Pool Reaches Final/8
Datum: Do., Apr. 14, 2011 21:26
APNIC is out of the IPv4 game officially now.
"From now, all new and existing APNIC account holders will be entitled
to receive a maximum allocation of a /22 from the Final /8 address
Forwarded mail can be read online at :
2011/4/14 Srinivas (Sunny) Chendi <sunny(a)apnic.net>:
> APNIC IPv4 Address Pool Reaches Final /8
> Dear APNIC community
> We are writing to inform you that as of Friday, 15 April 2011, the APNIC
> pool reached the Final /8 IPv4 address block, bringing us to Stage Three
> of IPv4 exhaustion in the Asia Pacific. For more information about Stage
> Three, please refer to:
> Last /8 address policy
> IPv4 requests will now be assessed under section 9.10 in "Policies
> for IPv4 address space management in the Asia Pacific region":
> APNIC's objective during Stage Three is to provide IPv4 address space
> for new entrants to the market and for those deploying IPv6.
> From now, all new and existing APNIC account holders will be entitled
> to receive a maximum allocation of a /22 from the Final /8 address
> For more details on the eligibility criteria according to the Final /8
> policy, please refer to:
> Act NOW on IPv6
> We encourage Asia Pacific Internet community members to deploy IPv6
> within their organizations. You can refer to APNIC for information
> regarding IPv6 deployment, statistics, training, and related regional
> policies at:
> To apply for IPv6 addresses now, please visit:
> APNIC Secretariat secretariat(a)apnic.net
> Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) Tel: +61 7 3858 3100
> PO Box 3646 South Brisbane, QLD 4101 Australia Fax: +61 7 3858 3199
> 6 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane, QLD http://www.apnic.net
> * Sent by email to save paper. Print only if necessary.
> Apnic-announce mailing list
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thanks to all for your fast help.
we try to get in touch with the owner of this dedicated hosting
it is used by an important customer of our subsidiary in brasil.