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Re: The Cidr Report
- From: Brian Dickson
- Date: Tue Sep 15 14:29:53 1998
>Anyone care to comment on the fact that the top non-compliant companies
>never really seem to make any significant changes?
>> --- 11Sep98 ---
>> ASnum NetsNow NetsCIDR NetGain % Gain Description
>> AS174 789 611 178 22.6% Performance Systems International
>> AS2493 373 217 156 41.8% iSTAR Internet, Inc.
Well, two things: (1) PSI acquired iSTAR; (2) most of the clueful people
had left or have left iSTAR (myself being one). I have no specific knowledge
of PSI's clue quotient, per se.
Also of note: all of iSTAR's unaggregated routes are below 184.108.40.206/8,
in geographically-assigned /16's (ie, some /24's belong to iSTAR customers,
some to customers of other providers), where the %gain is achieved by
aggregating in variable-length clumps (eg /23's, /22's, etc), at iSTAR's EBGP
borders, since these are not aggregatable internally.
And yes, iSTAR does redistribute its IGP into BGP, but only because Cisco's
IOS has a limit (200) on how many "network" statements can exist in a router,
which is exceeded by their NetsCIDR. :-(
Brian Dickson, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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