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Re: test Nets being routed?

  • From: Steve Carter
  • Date: Tue Dec 23 20:32:59 1997

I also sent this particular route to the bit bucket (Null0) at NAP.NET having not
hear back from inc.net.....

-Steve.

Matthew D. Lammers wrote:

> The issue from our side has been fixed...I have word that "default" has been
> killed off.  Also, noteworthy, that since we weren't getting these routes via
> BGP, filters didn't do much.
>
> Thanks!
>
> -Matt.
>
> Randy Bush wrote a while back:
> <
> < > and 192.0.0.0/24
> < > or  128.0.0.0/24
> < > or  191.255.255.0/24
> < >
> < > these prefixes (and delegation points) are valid or potentially valid
> < > in the routing system
> <
> < and someday, with enough marketing thrust, pigs could fly.  with as many
> < large isps filering these prefixes as there seem to be, and for good
> < historic reason, my advice would be to bet on the pigs.  rosenantes is
> < getting nackered.
> <
> < and once again, what the heck is a 'delegation point' in bgp/routing?
> < rfc/document reference, please?
> <
> < randy
> <
> <
>
> --
>   Matthew D. Lammers -- NetSet Internet Solutions, Inc.
>   http://www.netset.com/







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