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Elad Cohen (was: Re: Cogent sales reps who actually respond)

With the difficulty of getting IPs off SPAM RBLs being what they are, Iâ??m not sure I like the bone-chilling idea of accepting null-routing entire ranges as standard practice.

Same reasons, no central repository, no easy/quick/objective/cheap way to remove an illegitimate entry - and then the real problem, thereâ??s just 6 billion of them now and 
theyâ??re all over the place and youâ??re listed in one of them probably no matter who you are.


-Ben Cannon
CEO 6x7 Networks & 6x7 Telecom, LLC 
ben at 6by7.net <mailto:ben at 6by7.net>

> On Sep 18, 2019, at 6:57 PM, Christopher Morrow <morrowc.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> I tried to ask this earlier, I think, but...
> "who cares about the sale?"
> I ask this because I think getting wrapped around that axle is the
> wrong place to spend resources.
> If the outcome of 'someone' controlling IP space is that there is
> abusive activity coming from that space and either no actions are
> taken to correct that, OR the problem is endemic and there is no
> change over time, then the action the community should take is not
> accepting routes to these prefixes. Once everyone (or enough
> everyones) stop accepting packets/paths the address space isn't
> important anymore.
> If the 'rightful owners' of the space need/want it back there's clear
> redress for them via their RIR and the various networks which are /
> were offering transit to these prefixes.
> -chris
> On Wed, Sep 18, 2019 at 6:02 PM Job Snijders <job at instituut.net> wrote:
>> It would be good to see some receipts, offered by the selling party.

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