On Sun, 7 Mar 2004, E.B. Dreger wrote:
SAV doesn't take long to implement. Considering the time spent
discounting spoofing when responding to incidents, I think there
would be a _net_ savings (no pun intended) in time spent
responding to incidents.
You would be wrong. There are networks that have deployed SAV/uRPF.
They saw no _net_ savings.
In the real world, it costs more to deploy and maintain SAV/uRPF.
Have you noticed this thread is full of people who don't run large
networks saying other people who do run networks should deploy SAV/uRPF.
But there hasn't been anyone who does run large networks saying they
deployed SAV/uRPF and it saved them money, made their network run better
or improved the world?