ALGX problems?

Well, it was one of ALGX downstreams leaking to them. Shame on them
for not filtering their customer properly. How many times do we have
to learn this lesson?

I noticed this right as it happened ( or rather our NOC did ) as we
dropped our ALGX peering sessions. We sent an email to their NOC and
the downstream customer letting them know what happened.

The downstream customer responded right away. The ALGX noc email bounced
back to me.

-Chris

Chris,

>Welcome to installment 2 of ALGX leaking routes. If they have any
>connectivity to speak of by the end of the day, I'd be amazed.....

Well, it was one of ALGX downstreams leaking to them. Shame on them
for not filtering their customer properly. How many times do we have
to learn this lesson?

I noticed this right as it happened ( or rather our NOC did ) as we
dropped our ALGX peering sessions. We sent an email to their NOC and
the downstream customer letting them know what happened.

This is part of one email that we got from them a while ago:

"1. You should be using noc@algx.net for reporting problems with your
peers and it is 24X7. Fo new turnups, please use peering@algx.netNo more
digex.net. - 866-696-2794 options 1 8824"