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Re: dsl providers that will route /24
- From: Alex Rubenstein
- Date: Mon Mar 26 02:29:08 2001
Just becuase the medium is a layer 2 bridge between you doesn't mean they
couldn't stick a cisco xxxx and run BGP on the other end, ethernet to
'ethernet (really BVI).
ISP|-atm0------|DSL Cloud|-------|DSL bridge|-----e0-|cisco something|
On Mon, 26 Mar 2001, Steve Sobol wrote:
> I said
> > > Residential DSL is typically a bridged solution, meaning you don't
> > > even get to use a router... which renders the answer to this question a
> > > moot point...
> Alex Rubenstein questioned:
> > Why?
> > You can announce the space on the clients' behalf...
> Ok, and what will they do with it, since I don't know of any residential
> DSL services that offer routing?
> **SJS (who is apparently missing something obvious)
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