[ipv6hackers] merit darknet experiment

Henrik Lund Kramshøj hlk at kramse.org
Fri Nov 9 12:54:30 CET 2012

On 09/11/2012, at 12.46, Andre Cardoso <andrencardoso at gmail.com> wrote:

> a little bit dangerous experiement...
> https://labs.ripe.net/Members/mirjam/ipv6-darknet-experiment
"Similar to an experiment done for IPv4 address space, Merit is now performing a darknet experiment with the IPv6 ranges that have been allocated to the RIRs. This also includes 2a00::/12 allocated to the RIPE NCC."

This might explain why I got some alerts for this :-)

"Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2012 23:04:04 +0100 (CET)
From: noreply at ripe.net
To: noc at solido.net
Message-ID: <486816328.74.1352412244221.JavaMail.app-admin at armyant.ripe.net>
Subject: Resource Certification (RPKI) alerts

There are alerts about BGP announcements with your certified address
space in the Resource Certification (RPKI) service.

These are BGP announcements with your certified address space that have
the status Unknown. You should create a ROA for each authorised
announcement to make them Valid:

AS Number   Prefix
AS237   2a00::/12

Will be interesting to see results :-)

Best regards


Henrik Lund Kramshøj, Follower of the Great Way of Unix
internet samurai cand.scient CISSP
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