[j-nsp] DDOS and MX-240's
bt at paulen.net
Mon Jan 7 02:16:51 EST 2013
OK - with 'inbound' I thought you meant from the Internet.
bt at ipad
Den 7. jan. 2013 kl. 08:05 skrev joel jaeggli <joelja at bogus.com>:
> On 1/6/13 10:51 PM, Bjørn Tore wrote:
>> Why would you accept any /32s in the first place?
> From myself? I accept all sorts of prefix lengths internally that I would never accept from the internet.
> I accept quite a few pretty long prefixes from my arbor TMS for example, more in the context of RTBH e.g. RFC 5635 and so on.
>> Bjørn Tore @ mobil
>> Den 7. jan. 2013 kl. 06:22 skrev Joel jaeggli <joelja at bogus.com>:
>>> On 1/6/13 20:14 , Richard Gross wrote:
>>>> Dear List,
>>>> I am seeking advise. If you wanted to block 800K /32's from your inbound
>>>> pipes, how would you do it?
>>>> Would you null route? Put up multiple stanza firewall filters? Which
>>>> way has the least amount of hit on router resources?
>>> so I'd have a discard route, and I'd inject the prefixes from another
>>> box probably quagga with a nexthop of the discard route. I'd expect an
>>> re2000 to injest those routes in about 2 minutes
>>> I probably wouldn't use flowspec for this at this point.
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