[j-nsp] Question regarding ISP Filtering

Keegan.Holley at sungard.com Keegan.Holley at sungard.com
Fri Mar 28 09:08:57 EDT 2008

You might try nanog for questions on the routing policies of the tier 
I'ers.  I've gotten pretty good information there from similar questions. 
You may also be able to get someone from a particular ISP to contact you 
off list.  I have never done this personally though so YMMV.



"Stefan Fouant" <sfouant at gmail.com> 
Sent by: juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net
03/28/08 08:08 AM

"Michael Loftis" <mloftis at wgops.com>
juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Re: [j-nsp] Question regarding ISP Filtering

Yes Juniper, Narus, and Arbor platforms support flowspec... I am sure 
are others as well..


On 3/28/08, Michael Loftis <mloftis at wgops.com> wrote:
> --On March 27, 2008 10:17:08 PM -0400 Stefan Fouant <sfouant at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hey folks,
> >
> > This isn't specifically a Juniper question, so I do apologize for the
> > improper venue...  however there are some pretty knowledgeable people 
> > this list so here goes...
> >
> > I know that Verio, AT&T, and Verizon support filtering through
> mitigation
> > devices.  Are there any other ISPs which offer mitigation
> services?  Also,
> > are there any ISPs out there that are currently supporting flowspec at
> > their edge for traffic filtering applications?
> I'm not sure there are devices supporting flowspec at all, much less
> carrier class devices.  Are there?
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