Not to beat a dead horse

From: Avi Freedman <>
But I still see 4 /24s advertised in 208/8:

Now, besides the fact that & could be
(grin), what IS the appropriate way to deal with an ongoing situation
where un-NIC-allocated IP space is advertised on the Internet?

My solution would be to filter the routes based on AS.

Someday, those routes will be announced from a valid provider, and you
will need to know the valid AS from which they should be announced to
ignore the bogons.

We have no plans to implement incoming route filters on 208/8 - who
knows when the NIC will start allocating out of it.

The RA knows?

Maybe this is a valid use of the RADB?

Cannot the NIC update the RA with both prefix and AS?
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