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Re: 03/05/97 Internet Routing Problems
- From: Pierre Thibaudeau
- Date: Thu Mar 06 11:10:29 1997
On Thu, 6 Mar 1997, Alex.Bligh wrote:
> > This is a prinicpal example of why people should be filtering on
> > both inbound & outbound announcements of default & RFC1918 address
> > space.
> Well we do this (we also filter out some other things we
> don't want to hear from other people), but this set me
> thinking. Is there anyone who actually has a good reason
> to propogate default and reserved addresses through the RA?
> Wouldn't it be a good move for the RA itself to filter
> these announcements (in addition to what's in the policy)?
At least in theory, it is. Read paragraph titled "The Routing Arbiter's
Responsibility" in <http://www.ra.net/RADB.tools.docs/radbserv.html>.
> Alex Bligh
> Xara Networks
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