On Wed, Mar 01, 2017 at 11:22:44AM +0100, Jeroen Massar wrote: > On 2017-03-01 09:58, Franziska Lichtblau wrote: > > we are a team of researchers from TU Berlin  working on a measurement > > project > > to assess the ramifications of traffic with spoofed source IP addresses in > > the > > Internet. > > > > To better understand the operational challenges that you as network > > operators > > face when deploying (or not deploying) source IP address filtering > > techniques, > > we'd like to invite you to participate in our survey. > > > > If you could spare 5 minutes of your time, we'd be delighted if you could > > fill > > out our survey form and tell us about your current practices regarding > > network > > filtering. > > > > To participate, please visit: > >  http://filteringsurvey.inet.tu-berlin.de/ > > You are missing the option for: > > "hardware does not support it at line rate" > > Which is the most important excuse by the larger networks to not enable > BCP38/SAVE/MANRS.
Good point! I hope people suffering from that will tell us that with the open option, but you're right we should have considered that. > Most smaller shops, where the traffic conditions fit inside the hardware > budget, just do not care enough unfortunately... That was my feeling. > Oh, and indeed, Switzerland is a bad place for BCP38, most networks > allow spoofing on both IPv4 and IPv6. Which is "kinda good" for me cause only answers from people who are implementing all of that won't help us much understanding whats going on ;) Thank you! Franziska -- Franziska Lichtblau, M.A. building MAR, 4th floor, room 4.004 Fachgebiet INET - Sekr. MAR 4-4 phone: +49 30 314 757 33 Technische Universität Berlin gpg-fp: 4FA0 F1BC 8B9A 7F64 797C Marchstrasse 23 - 10587 Berlin 221C C6C6 2786 91EC 5CD5
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