North American Network Operators Group|
Date Prev | Date Next |
Date Index |
Thread Index |
Author Index |
Re: The Cidr Report
- From: Warren Kumari, Ph.D, CCIE# 9190
- Date: Sun Feb 13 10:20:13 2005
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
On Feb 13, 2005, at 2:31 AM, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
That and the "I have 1 circuit to $good_provider and 1 circuit to
$bad_provider and the only way I can make them balance is to split my
space in half and announce more specifics out through each provider"
argument. I have also often seen people do this without announcing the
aggregate because <some undefined bad thing> will happen, usually
justified with much hand-waving. The people who do this can usually
not be reasoned with....
On Sat, 12 Feb 2005, Alexander Koch wrote:
There are some business reasons to de-aggregate. Look at some outages
On Sat, 12 February 2005 14:58:42 +0000, Stephen J. Wilcox wrote:
From: "Stephen J. Wilcox" <email@example.com>
[...] - would you agree that most of the poor deaggregating is not
ie that they're announcing their '16 class Cs' or historically had 2
Think about someone putting in a Null0 route and re-
exporting stuff unconditionally, now after he originates
his /19 he is then adding a /24 here, and a /25 there.
Lack of experience, when you suggest to them they should
remove these announcements they are afraid to change it,
not understanding the implications, etc.
Not to mention ppl using cisco and prefix lists, it is
way too easy with cisco to say '/19 le 24', and then they
use outbound prefix lists to their transit supplier
(different, but related as I see it). Some transit ISPs
use that a lot, and encourage the table growth.
caused by 'routing problems' (someone leaked my /24's to their peers,
peers, peer and my traffic got blackholed, because the public net only
knows me as a /20)
There are multiple reasons for deaggregation aside from 'dumb
some are even 'valid' if you look at them from the protection
It happens all the time...
"He who laughs last, thinks slowest."
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (Darwin)
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----