North American Network Operators Group|
Date Prev | Date Next |
Date Index |
Thread Index |
Author Index |
Re: BGP announcements and small providers
- From: Geoff White
- Date: Wed Feb 26 11:49:06 1997
On Wed, 26 Feb 1997, Adrian Bool wrote:
> On Wed 26 Feb, Matt Ranney wrote:
> > As it is, if the interface-defaulted squid machine was dual-homed to
> > providers X and Y that don't peer, a customer of X could get the A
> > record for the interface in Y's space. The client would then have to
> > take the transit path between X and Y, which for many X's and Y's,
> > sucks.
> You could take in all the BGP data from your providers (read-only as it
> were) then link that into your DNS server so that it returns an IP
> address according to the 'best' (however you define that...) route
> that you have back to them...?
I think the whole purpose t Paul V's madness in creating this solution was
to avoid doing just that.
Also I seem to remember something in Paul's take that took care of this
situation. Maybe he can elaborate.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -