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Re: Order of ASes in the BGP Path

  • From: Tom Sanders
  • Date: Mon Aug 29 20:59:01 2005
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> >
> > Legend: {} denotes the sequence, while [] denotes the set
> >
> > Path {1 2} [3 4] {5}
> 
> As I understand the specs, that is -not- allowed.  an unordered set
> can appear only as the _last_ element of the AS path list.

Yes, I understand that right now it is not possible to receieve or
generate such a Path, but i dont recollect the BGP draft precluding
this. Correct me if i am mistaken here.

Toms.




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