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Re: [inet-admins] Ascend DoS attack (fwd) FYI...

Basil V. Dolmatov wrote:
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> From: Joe Shaw <jshaw@INSYNC.NET>
> Subject:      Ascend DoS attack
> Problem:
> Recently, we noticed a problem in Ascends microcode for the Ascend MAX
> 4000 that allowed any user to request any IP address they wanted.  This
> problem surfaced in the 4.x versions of code, works on 5.0Ap8, and
> probably works on most of the versions of Ascend software.
> It was fixed originally some time ago (or at least thats what I was led to
> believe by Ascend), but the problem resurfaced recently.  It will work,
> even if you have such things as Assign Adrs and Pool only set to yes.
Not valid since 5.0p10, also its very easy to catch the bad-ass(that tryin' to bug your lovelly max) due CLID at punish  him for good.
ARKANOID:  it CAN be DoS when you running OSPF process. Appearing of 2nd host with ip same to max make its dope  somewhere thus hog all CPU.
Basil: I  always knew it! You are in love with ASND ! Yeah ? (everybody say YEAH!)
broadcast: its not deadly(est?) ascend firmware current bugs. What you want at all? Its only 1.5 year old (CHEERS!). After year of endless sex with this masterpiece (max4k) i (still?!) saying that its not really bad hardware for its special purposes

P.S. Really sorry for english ( both of'em.. good and bad one) but... vt..
Thanks for collaboration,  |#make universe
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