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Re: That pesky AS path corruption bug...
On Wed, May 24, 2000 at 12:23:05AM -0400, John Fraizer wrote: > Come on people. It's VERY easy to do one of the following: > > (1) NOT implement AS-path filtering on route-server connections AS-path filtering is a perfectly reasonable thing to do. The route server software can either prepend the RS AS, or not. RSng peers have full control over this via their registered inet-rtr policy. http://www.rsng.net/peering.html#rs-in options: aspath-trans > Am I the only RA that notifies the peering contacts of all other RS peers > when someone new joins? I certainly hope not. Unless your policy (not specifically you, John) is promiscuous, its necessary for both "the new guy" and existing RS peers to update their aut-num policy (and possibly import() policy in their inet-rtr:rs-in) in order for the new routes to be proxied via the route servers. > John Fraizer > EnterZone, Inc -- Jeffrey Haas - Merit RSng project - [email protected]