North American Network Operators Group|
Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical
Re: multi-homing fixes
* Thus spake David Schwartz ([email protected]): [snip] > The quesetion is bogus, there is no such thing as a right to have a route > in my router without paying me for it. If I choose to extend that privilege > to people who meet certain minimum requirements because I believe the > benefits will outweight the costs, then that's *my* right. All others can > pay me to do it if they want me to. Your rights end at my network. > > DS I agree that there is no 'right' to have a route in someone else's router. Different providers, different policies etc. etc. However, if I choose to filter on allocation boundaries but advertise prefixes to peers that I myself would filter based on my own policy is that considered hypocritical? Bad form? Acceptable? Just wondering aloud.