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Re: Verio Decides what parts of the internet to drop

  • From: bmanning
  • Date: Thu Dec 02 20:56:07 1999

> > >Date: Wed, 1 Dec 1999 01:15:07 +0000
> > >From: Wade Moeller <wmoeller@noc.verio.net>
> > >To: smike@provide.net
> > >Cc: Case Updates <updates@vanwebserv.verio.net>
......

> > >BBNPlanet (AS1) and then onto Colorado Internet Cooperative
> > >Association (AS3404) and Simple Network Communications, Inc.
> > >(AS10487).  Those last two companies need to consolidate their
> > >announcements so that they are able to announce the entire /16.
> > >Alternatively they may ask BBNPlanet to aggregate the the /17s into
> > >one /16 which we will listen to.  These are the only 2 actions that
> > >will let Verio's routers see those networks and route to them.
> > >
> > >--
> > >Wade Moeller                                      Network Tech I
> > >wmoeller@noc.verio.net                 (800)551-1630

	Alternativly, 3404 & 10487 could insist that Verio consolidate
	all the prefixes they announce into no more than eight prefixes.

	Verio seems to be pushing back on ARIN, which has clearly stated
	that any delegations it makes have no assurance of routablity.
	Thats not fair to ARIN.

	Just my 0.02 yuan

		





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