Prefixes leaking to 6bone
Fri, 28 Jul 2000 17:56:22 +0200
On Fri, Jul 28, 2000 at 04:22:06PM +0100, email@example.com wrote:
> Dear Rafal,
> Please excuse me mailing you direct but I hope you are the correct person to
> contact. I run a backbone site on the 6bone and have noticed that you are
> leaking longer prefixes (see below). Please could you check your router so
> that you only advertise your assigned prefix into the default routing zone.
> If I understand correctly your prefix is 3FFE:8010::/28.
> If you wish to ask me anything about the routes I am receiving please let me
I see it quite clear but it looks like the paths you are showing are cut after
'202', which I suspect to be 2020 really. As you can see I am sending only this
> *> 3FFE:8010::/28 2001:618:1::103 0 1849 786 8664 ?
The other ones are from one of my peers but not passing through our site.
Full path for e.g.
> *> 3FFE:8010:16::1:14/126
> 2001:618:1::103 0 1849 5623 7170
probably ends with ... 7170 2020 9478 44444 as I see in my table. I e-mailed
ASN2020 (in principle used internally in pl) administrator - Artur Frysiak
<firstname.lastname@example.org> about the problem. Cc of this e-mail also to 7170
Ale kto by mył ręce po przywitaniu się z mężem? - A. Fedorczyk