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[rpd] New Policy Proposal Received - "Provisions for Resource Hijacking (AFPUB-2019-GEN-001-DRAFT01)"
hartek66 at gmail.com
Sun May 26 14:46:43 UTC 2019
I must start by saying the authors of this proposal have done a great job,
considering the negative effect of resource (IPv4, IPv6, ASN) hijacking to
I do believe that since operational errors such as mistakes in BGP
configurations can lead to what might be perceived as a resource hijacking
activity (policy violation), it is ideal that this proposal gives the
suspected resource hijacker a reasonable amount of time to explain their
The duration can be deliberated by the policy authors and other members.
The suspected hijacker should be given a maximum of 6 weeks rather that 4
weeks to object any conclusions, as proposed by the authors.
This will further clarify if the activity is an act of persistent
intentional hijack or an operational error.
On Sat, May 25, 2019 at 11:41 PM Dewole Ajao <dewole at forum.org.ng> wrote:
> Good day AFRINIC PDWG Members,
> We have received a new policy Proposal - "Provisions for Resource
> Hijacking (AFPUB-2019-GEN-001-DRAFT01)"
> From the following authors:
> (a) Carlos Friacas | cfriacas at fccn.pt | FCT | FCCN
> (b) Jordi Palet Martinez | jordi.palet at theipv6company.com | The IPv6
> (c) Antonio Godinho | antonio at uem.mz | CIUEM | .MZ ccTLD | Moz-IX
> The proposal contents are published at
> Please take some time to go through the proposal contents and provide
> your feedback.
> Thank you.
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