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Re: revised ACL 112 ?
At 11:29 PM 6/20/99 +0200, Philippe Strauss wrote: >On Fri, Jun 18, 1999 at 12:55:16AM -0700, I Am Not An Isp wrote: >> I am sorry, I never intended that page to be USED by anyone, it was >> strictly there for historical/reference purposes. > >Yes, I've used it because it was the only version of Sean's ACL112 I've found. >My goal was just to experiment about how isp's desaggregate ip space >relative to how assigning authorities distribute it. Funny, I wonder why you didn't get the original NANOG post - the URL to which I copied in my last post. >> Philippe, if you are going to use something like a modern ACL112, please >> check out Sean's later posts in the NANOG archive. > >OK, thanks for the advice. >Will look the archive. Actually, I did a brief perusal of the archives on www.nanog.org and didn't find the final version. Does anyone have a copy I can post on the web site? >But for production, I stick to your ACL190. Thanx, but there is a minor error in that one too. :) Don't use the 192.0.0.0/8 line. (Not that it should hurt anything, but don't use it anyway.) I'll be putting up a better one in a little while. >Anyone having references about how assigning authorities claim >to aggregate address space? (I know that RIPE never allocater longer than /20 >in 188.8.131.52/8) >ACL112 take various assumption, were are the reference information about >that? If you go to the URL I copied in my last post and look at the threads surrounding it, Sean's logic is partially exposed in posts to this very list - as well as other peoples' reactions to his logic. (Please note that I am in no way claiming to know why Sean did something, just pointing out that he posted some reasons to NANOG that might clarify his reasoning.) >Altavista found it for me :-) >Try ACL112 and look the result. Time to write a robot.txt :-)) Heh. Those damned robots. :) >Philippe Strauss, ingenieur reseau/systemes, Urbanet SA TTFN, patrick -- I Am Not An Isp - www.ianai.net ISPF, The Forum for ISPs by ISPs, <http://www.ispf.com> "Think of it as evolution in action." - Niven & Pournelle (No, I still don't have enable. ;-)