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Re: 16-bit ASN kludge
On Fri, 03 Dec 2004 16:36:39 CST, John Dupuy said: > Along these lines, one could leave the transit AS networks alone if a > parallel 16 bit ASN space were created. Essentially, any non-transit > network would have it's non-public ASN retranslated NAT-style by upstream > transit network border routers. Only the border routers would have to be > changed. They would have to differentiate between public ASN X and > non-public ASN X (same number) based on the which side of the router the > ASN was learned from. So given the lack of trouble with NAT sites leaking rfc1918 addresses, you foresee no problems with sites accidentally leaking the non-public ASN's, right?