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Re: RS transparency survey
- From: Jake Khuon
- Date: Thu Mar 07 17:34:25 1996
### On Wed, 06 Mar 1996 22:01:52 -0500, "Jake Khuon" <khuon@Merit.Net> wrote
### to "North American Network Operator's Group Mailing List"
### <nanog@Merit.Net> concerning "RS transparency survey":
JK> Some of you may have noticed that the RSes have stopped injecting their ASN
JK> into the ASPath expression. This was a feature I have just recently turned
JK> on to meet the original design goals of the project. As per specification,
JK> the RSes were to be transparent in its operation.
JK> I realise I may have erred by doing this without asking the community first.
JK> Therefore, I would like to take a poll as to what everyone prefers. I can
JK> turn the ASN injection back on in a peer-by-peer basis if necessary. I
JK> sincerely apologise if this has caused any confusions and/or problems.
I will be rolling back transparency status of the RS to all peers with
exception of those who have responded saying they like not seeing the RS's
AS in the ASPath. I will turn on transparency in the future for anyone who
wishes it. Simply send me a request.
Additionally, I've updated the peering request template
(http://www.ra.net/.peering.template.html) allowing you to
specify whether or not you wish to have the RS peer transparently.
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