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Re: withdrawal propagation (was E.E. Times?)
- From: Jeff Young
- Date: Tue Jan 14 12:42:06 1997
0) Is this a bug, does it cause any problem whatsoever?
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> OK, I've read the article, and it's not very good. The author doesn't
> understand the terminology.
> Never-the-less, this is supposed to be a cooperative operations group,
> and we should be doing some operations!
> I've looked at the Cisco page, and a search on "BGP, withdrawals" does
> not find any mention of the bug fix release. So, I have some pointed
> 1) What release fixes the problem?
> 2) Is the release free?
> 3) Where has Cisco announced the release?
> And, bringing the operations closer to home:
> 4) Has Merit installed the release?
> 5) Has CICnet installed the release?
> 6) Has MCI installed the release?
> 7) Have all the peers at Ameritech NAP installed the release?
> Once that is done, Craig will be able to see the effect of the bug fix
> at one NAP, and compare with other NAPs during the same time frame.
> Then, we will know if it was a Cisco problem....
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