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Re: more-specifics via IX
On 17 Oct 2007, at 20:55, Bradley Urberg Carlson wrote:
1. Your customer/customer's customer is the one doing the broken routing here not you.. if he wants to be grumpy you should point him in the direction of the guy who is announcing the bad routes in the first place!
2. If I'm following this, your peer pays your customer? So you are peering with your customer's customer? If that was me I would either depeer them or tell them that you have an issue and need it resolving urgently or you my depeer them.
You're not the bad guy here ;)
wow, i think i need a diagram!! :P
i don't like sloppy networking, i would depeer anyone who i find is not up to my standards on what makes a 'peer'. this doesnt happen very often but if we want to educate people you can try talking and if that fails take action.
not really, its pretty unusual. now that i understand the picture better tho i think you dont want to be filtering.. 90% of people won't peer with downstreams to avoid this kind of issue.. either you need to do that too or you need to make them fix it (if your peering is valuable to them they will do it)
don't forget they are getting a free lunch here, and that is unacceptable. if they are intentionally stealing your bandwidth then that is a major problem, if its an accident then you really should take action and insist they fix it. immediately and temporarily dropping the peering would be a good option