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Re: More long ASsets announced
 From: MarcoH
 Date: Mon Jun 20 06:37:16 2005
On Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 11:58:33AM +0200, Lorenzo Colitti wrote:
> Jeroen Massar wrote:
> >Btw, if you postponed the 'experiment', how come I did pick up this one:
> >
> >84.205.73.0/24 12654 12654
> >{1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,1221,
> > 1221,1221,1221,1221,1221}
>
> That path was announced during the window of notice we had given for the
> announcements. However, you will notice that that was not the complete
> set of announcements we intended to make, which included 25, 50, 75.
> and 100element ASsets.
By the way, accoording to your annoucement:
 The prefixes involved will be 84.205.73.0/24 and 84.205.89.0/24, both
 orignating in AS12654. The ASsets will consist of AS12654 repeated n
 times, thus the paths will look like 12654 {12654, 12654, ..., 12654}.
 No other AS numbers will be used. The values of n we will use are 25,
 50, 75 and 100.
What's the '1221' doing there ?
Grtx,
MarcoH
