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RE: shell access to BGP router, CALEA tips??

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (David Prall)
Sun Jan 8 19:32:16 2012

From: "David Prall" <dcp@dcptech.com>
To: "'N Rauhauser'" <neal.rauhauser@gmail.com>, <nanog@nanog.org>
In-Reply-To: <CA+NCZpdL0RtDsNcPzZCzFxLoDR23rgOA=2YJVFRht0uqC=i+aw@mail.gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2012 19:31:08 -0500
Errors-To: nanog-bounces+nanog.discuss=bloom-picayune.mit.edu@nanog.org

Both AT&T and Hurricane Electric have access for this.

A quick list of them.

Majority of these are telnet:// links.



-----Original Message-----
From: N Rauhauser [mailto:neal.rauhauser@gmail.com] 
Sent: Sunday, January 08, 2012 12:13 PM
To: nanog@nanog.org
Subject: shell access to BGP router, CALEA tips??

  Ladies & Gentlemen,

      I wanted to check something on an IP address block this morning and,
much to my surprise, I don't have access to a single router that has a full
table in it - first time since 1999 this is the case. I see route views is
still happily serving up shells, but I'm curious to know if there are any
other viewpoints available. I am probably going to script something for
this particular problem, so I want boxes that have shell access, not
graphical looking glass type stuff.

     I am also plunged into the world of lawful intercept after a long
absence. Other than providing muddled responses ten minutes before the
deadline on obvious MPAA/RIAA trolls I haven't had to do a subpoena
response since 2005 and I've not installed anything that needed to meet
requirements since 2009. Is there a good write up somewhere on the current
state of affairs?

             Neal Rauhauser

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