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- From: Robert Bowman
- Date: Sat Aug 03 21:40:47 1996
> On Sat, 3 Aug 1996, Vincent J. Bono wrote:
> > > The biggest problem with using non-routable ip addresses on numbered interfaces
> > > whether point to point or frame or atm or whatever, is that you lose outside
> > > connectivity from those interfaces. We tried this, but the essential
> > > traceroutes from our core routes are too important when debugging BGP
> > > problems to the outside.
> It shouldn't affect traceroutes. If it did the TOTD would never have been
But it obviously affects traceroutes outside of the network, which is what
I was referring to above. Tracerouting outside of our network is just as
important as inside.
> > I agree. I can't see how a lot of debugging functions would be possible
> > from the unmanned POPs if we used private ips.
> Presumably the private IP addresses would be fully routed within your
> network but filtered at the borders.
> Michael Dillon - ISP & Internet Consulting
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