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RE: Deaggregating for emergency purposes
- From: Phil Rosenthal
- Date: Tue Aug 06 14:15:02 2002
I only have 10 /24's that are absolutely mission critical to keep up.
We have scaled back our IP usage, and we are a lot more efficient than
we were before about the IP space.
We are pretty well connected, so I would bet we would have a shorter AS
path than many other networks (particularly ones that would make a
mistake like that).
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Subject: RE: Deaggregating for emergency purposes
PR> Date: Tue, 6 Aug 2002 13:29:58 -0400
PR> From: Phil Rosenthal
PR> Most ISPs that build off of the IRR's do it nightly. I am talking
PR> about 10 /24's out of /19, and I'm not announcing any of the /24's
PR> -- and wont unless there is an emergency, and only then would it be
How did you arrive at 10x /24's? What about when someone else has a
shorter as-path, or it gets to "oldest route wins"? Polluting the IRRs
for little/no benefit is a bad thing.
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