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Re: ICMP rate limiting on EGRESS (Warning, operational contentinside)
At 11:26 AM 01/18/2000 +1030, Glen Turner wrote:
> This is the principle reason to encourage everyone to implement > RFC2267-style filtering. :-/ It would be nice if this shipped "on" by default in a particular major vendor's products. This would at least take care of the clueless majority, and would force all ISPs to address the issue. It is only the router vendors and routing code authors that can *force* source address checking throughout the Internet. Most users will simply install it during a normal software update.
Well, we don't _force_ anyone to use amything, but we do have a little knob called "Unicast RPF". I'll leave it to the rest of the of the readership to discuss it's merits (or perhaps move the dicussion to the cisco-nsp list instead). Cheers, - paul