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Demise of "Fake ASs" has begun

  • From: Dale S. Johnson
  • Date: Thu May 19 15:03:41 1994

I am delighted to announce that the demise of "Fake ASs" has begun.  In
coordination with CA*Net, we have removed all references to AS 601, 602,
and 603 from the PRDB, and have replaced those references to AS 507
specifying specific NSSs:

           1:577(133) 2:577(137) 3:577(143)

These changes will show up in tomorrow morning's config reports, including
net-comp.now:

	N:132.216/16  D:10/29/93  1:577(137)  2:577(133)  3:577(143)

nets.unl.now:

132.204|16|NET-UMTLNET||N|CA|||University of Montreal, Pavillon Principal, 2900 Boulevard Edouard Montpetit, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7, CANADA|93/03/18|89/08/21|1:577(137) 2:577(133) 3:577(143) |N|||N|

and the NWG report:

142.89/16       STJOESLONDON          C:CA  1:577(133) 2:577(137) 3:577(143)


This new syntax is now also accepted on NACRs and through the auto-NACR
program.

Other ASs which are currently using Fake AS numbers to support multiple
connections to the NSFNET will be cut over in the next few weeks.  Steve
Richardson (sjr@merit.edu) is the contact for coordinating these changes.

----------------------------------------------------------------Dale Johnson
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