[NLNOG] bgp filter guide bogon prefixes 126.96.36.199/24
julian.lannert at e-shelter.com
Tue Jun 25 16:22:58 CEST 2019
Hi Christoffer, Job, All,
thanks for the quick feedback.
This is exactly the kind of feedback I hoped for to have the right arguments prepared if colleagues/managers do not support activating this filter on our network 😊
Did not think about looking for documentation at IANA which totally makes sense.
Also good to hear that as2914 filters the route for a year now and did not encounter any problems.
Thanks all for sharing your reasoning!
From: Job Snijders <job at instituut.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:59 PM
To: Christoffer Hansen <christoffer at netravnen.de>
Cc: Lannert, Julian <julian.lannert at e-shelter.com>; NLNOG <nlnog at nlnog.net>
Subject: Re: [NLNOG] bgp filter guide bogon prefixes 188.8.131.52/24
Thanks for reaching out! It is always enjoyable to see people use the things that we created! :-)
Christopher is spot-on. This aspect of global 6to4 anycast experiment has been deprecated, because we've come to learn that relying on 6to4 proved to be a challenge.
If you look at IANA's "IPv4 Special Registry"
we can confirm that the 184.108.40.206/24 prefix no longer is assigned for the purposes of 6to4. At the time when RFC 7526 was written it was perhaps too early to have IETF consensus on whether recommending or mandating a degree of packet filtering or route filtering the
220.127.116.11/24 prefix. This is why there is a bit of a time gap between the publication of the RFC and me actually recommending to add the prefix to your bogon list.
As an anecdotal datapoint: NTT's Global IP Network (AS 2914) added
"18.104.22.168/24 le 32" and "2002::/16 le 128" to its bogon filters in June 2018 and has not received any notifications that this posed an issue for any of our customers or partners. See
On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 2:40 PM Hansen, Christoffer <christoffer at netravnen.de> wrote:
> personal opinion here.
> On 25/06/2019 10:41, Lannert, Julian wrote:
> > Can you tell me the reasoning behind the decision to include this prefix in your bogon list?
> Reading rfc7526
> 6. Operational Recommendations
> (...) Internet service
> providers that do not operate an anycast relay but do provide their
> customers with a route to 22.214.171.124 SHOULD verify that it does in
> fact lead to an operational anycast relay (...)
> 7. IANA Considerations
> "Deprecated (6to4 Relay Anycast)" and added a reference to this RFC.
> Reading the above. It makes sense to include it since status has
> changed to deprecated. rfc7526 is from May 2015. Job only recently-ish
> 126.96.36.199/24 in the guide (June 2018) .
> Reading writeup
> Technical Summary
> (...) It recommends that future products should not support 6to4
> anycast and that existing deployments should be reviewed. (...) """
> In the light of 6to4 should be less-and-less supported by newer
> products. It makes perfect sense to start explicitly blocking the
> prefix in the DFZ, too.
> : https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7526
> : https://github.com/NLNOG/bgpfilterguide/commit/488ad78
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