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Re: More route-table bloat vs. ARIN micro-allocations
- From: NANOG Mailing List
- Date: Tue Feb 22 13:21:19 2000
On Tue, 22 Feb 2000, Ulf Zimmermann wrote:
> > The point is, those /27s, /30s and /32s are *not* on the 'Net, they are
> > internal to C&W. You should not condemn the global table because C&W leaks
> > specifics to their customers.
> I am not connected directly to C&W, but via Exodus and I see the same
> routes like 22.214.171.124/26. So they not only inside of C&W and to their
> Regards, Ulf.
As we see 126.96.36.199:
Description: FNSI TRANSIT
ASPath: 6259 3549 701(IGP)
Nexthop: 188.8.131.52 Weight: 0
Last update: Tue Feb 22 11:31:39 2000
Sheesh folks. If your upstream isn't filtering at /24, you REALLY can do
it yourself. If it bothers you so much, contact whomever is leaking
prefixes longer than /24. Don't bitch and whine about it.