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RE: 12/8 problems?

  • From: Israel, David B.
  • Date: Fri Sep 09 12:11:07 2005



Richard A Steenbergen wrote on Friday, September 09, 2005 11:57 AM: 
>On Fri, Sep 09, 2005 at 11:44:05AM -0400, Drew Linsalata wrote:
>> 
>> Looks like 26210 is originating the prefixes and Telefonica is
happily 
>> passing them along to the world, at least some portion of which is
glad 
>> to go along for the ride.
>> 
>> Q. How does the Internet work?
>> A. Spit and glue.

> $10 says someone forgot "ip classless".

I'll take that bet.  My $10 says they turned on auto-summary.

> $20 says this devolves into a discussion about pgp key signed bgp 
> announcements or some other impractical soapbox within less than 10 
> emails. :)

Actually, my practical solution to this one is max-prefixing your peers.
It means you have to watch your peers slow growth, but frankly, you
should be watching that anyway.

> Now if only they made "no ip clueless".

Or at least correctly set the "evil" bit on appropriate packets.





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