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Re: EP.net Issues
- From: Joe Provo
- Date: Thu Mar 22 11:45:17 2001
On Wed, Mar 21, 2001 at 10:07:33PM +0000, email@example.com wrote:
> [John Fraizer]
> > Joe, a LOT of providers don't accept 22.214.171.124/24. We see it on 2 out of
> > four paths. The other two providers are filtering it.
> folks are encouraged to filter as they see fit. if folks would
> like to establish direct peering, please let me know.
It's often considered a Good Thing to not hear the networks of exchange
points from peers/others. A conservative approach is to filter out
announcements of EPs to which you are actually connected rather than all
you can find; some folks just squash 198.32/16 and any other addresses
they can find.
It is worth noting that none of 198.32.2/24, 198.32.4/24 or 198.32/16
have IRR entries; that might adversely affect reachability in defaultless
Joe Provo Voice 508.486.7471
Director, Internet Planning & Design Fax 508.229.2375
Network Deployment & Management, RCN <firstname.lastname@example.org>