[AusNOG] Hostile act by an Australian ISP
paul.wallace at mtgi.com.au
Fri Nov 12 13:29:02 EST 2010
My lawyers are Sydney based and can communicate the unacceptable actions in extremely quick manner.
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On 12/11/2010, at 12:17 PM, "Skeeve Stevens" <Skeeve at eintellego.net> wrote:
> Ok briefly,
> A customer of ours is multi-homed.
> There has been a breakdown in the relationship with one of their suppliers due to a billing dispute and their interconnection has been shut down.
> This I do not have a problem with - its up to them to resolve it.
> But, due to my customer having another upstream, this supplier is announcing some of my customers ranges into their upstream (Pacnet) and Pipe peering - essentially poisoning their routing and damage their ability to function.
> The supplier never previously announced the ranges as they were announced by my customers routers, so they've maliciously started announcing them.
> This, in my opinion is equivalent to denial-of-service due to a commercial dispute.
> My next steps are to contact their upstreams and inform them the provider does not have the permission to announce these ranges and to please stop them announcing them. I will then contact Pipe to have them do the same.
> Anyone have any other ideas?
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