wondering if anyone from TVNZ On Demand is on this list and wouldn't
mind contacting me offlist regarding problems streaming if a user has an
IPv6 address. The helpdesk doesn't appear to know what ipv6 is so
thought I'd try an alternative.
Very late to the party...
Matthew, if you want to contact me off list I'd be happy to share our experience with becoming an AS, multi-homing, anycast, self-hosting and anything else you might find useful.
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You need a high metric null route for that /32.
Liam Farr <liamfarr(a)me.com> wrote:
I've run into a bit of a dumb problem, hopefully someone here can point me in the right direction.
I receive a route to a /28 from a member of my BGP confederation, (the /28 is on a directly connected interface of this router) via BGP to one of my edge routers, and I wish to advertise a specific /32 from this /28 to an external BGP peer (upstream provider) from this edge router.
I can use route-maps and prefix-lists, to define a BGP export policy to only export the /32 to the external neighbor without issue. Where I get stuck is getting the /32 into my route table, essentially I need to de-aggregate the /28 down to a /32?
Is there an accepted "best practice" way of doing this?
Apologies if this is a stupid question, I've never run into this issue before, and Google isn't giving me much help.
The link below is an article from Renesys about prefix hijacking they've
observed. So far until now, those events were not considered as attacks,
We've seen one of those events on our infrastructure, which lasted a few
minutes, and it was detected by BGPmon.
Is it moment to push RPKI? Topic to discuss during the next NZNOG meeting?
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A while ago someone posted to this list (I am sure it was....) a link to
a youtube video about uplinks and why we should do QoS. I tried
searching the archives but can't find. Would someone mind pointing me in
the right direction for it please ?