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BGP AS Sets in the wild

  • From: Abhishek Verma
  • Date: Tue Aug 23 06:37:59 2005
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Hi,

I was looking at route-views.routeviews.org for the BGP routes and i
dont see any AS-Sets whatsoever. Are BGP routes with AS-SETs not
generally leaked into the wild?

Is this the case?

I am under the impression that AS_SETs are generated whenever there
are some routes that are aggregated. Is there any other way also to
generate AS_SETs in BGP?

Any clues.

Thanks,
Abhishek

--
Class of 2004
Institute of Technology, BHU
Varanasi, India




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