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Is the growth of the global Internet route table all about growth? Or is there a certain amount of laziness, cluelessness, and insensitivity factored into the growth? Over the past two years we've used e-mail and the top 20 CIDR list to contact ISPs and multihomed enterprises. This volunteer effort draws attention to the impact their announcements are having on the global Internet table. We endeavor to make a difference by pointing out the problem, highlighting available resources, and offering free technical BGP assistance. In addition, over the past year we have encountered many RFC1918 and RFC1930 (private ASN) announcements leaking into the global routing tables. This presentation will show the results of our actions. We will also point out how much of the encountered problem is clue, lameness, or "just don't care."
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