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Re: AS 7018 BGP blackhole / AT&T contact sought

  • From: Kevin Blackham
  • Date: Thu Nov 08 09:39:23 2007
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I too have received nothing but blank stares from 7018 MIS on this.
Surprising considering the NANOG presentation on how to do community
based bitbuckets was co-authored by someone from ATT (yeah, I know,
mega company and all).

Please post back to list if you get anywhere.

On 11/7/07, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:
> > > I am sorry to hear you have encountered difficulties Nathan.  Your
> > > request will be forward to team members within AT&T today for
> > > assistance.
> >
> > Thanks, Ren.  I will wait to hear from one of these team
> > members you referred to.
> I went to and tried to search for AT&T.
> Nothing.
> Then I tried AT and I got a list that included 4 entries for AT&T. I
> wonder whether those AT&T entries are up to date and whether someone is
> planning to update them, if not.
> Also, a suggestion for Jared. Perhaps you could drop the search
> function, which clearly is inferior to Ctrl-F in my browser, and just
> provide a bunch of links for all possible first letters of the names in
> your database.
> --Michael Dillon