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RE: Router crash unplugs 1m Swedish Internet users
- From: Jim Deleskie
- Date: Mon Jun 23 18:19:11 2003
I've lived though one of these a few years ago, the core itself stayed up
though crippled as it was :)
David, you name sounds familiar have we worked @ the same place before?
From: David Barak [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, June 23, 2003 5:27 PM
To: Jim Deleskie; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Router crash unplugs 1m Swedish Internet users
I've seen a case where a single error in the
configuration file of a $VENDOR_1 router was accepted
(due to an 'undocumented feature'), and this caused
the wholesale importation of BGP routes into the IGP,
which caused most of their $VENDOR_2 hardware to spaz
out. Locating the single error was a matter of hours,
not minutes, so effectively a typo took out that ISP -
and it's considered by most to be a relatively
--- Jim Deleskie <email@example.com> wrote:
> One router and it takes there entire network
> off-line... Maybe someone needs
> a Intro to Networks 101 class.
-fully RFC 1925 compliant-
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