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Re: The Cidr Report

  • From: Vinny Abello
  • Date: Sat Feb 12 22:52:12 2005

At 02:52 PM 2/12/2005, Fredy Kuenzler wrote:

Alexander Koch wrote:
I am not sure doing it the Swisscom way (they filter a lot)
is the way to go, yet I would be curious how many routes
they currently carry for a full route set. Ah, here it is:
->
route-views.oregon-ix.net>sh ip bg su | incl 3303
164.128.32.11   4  3303 3351176  140593 74037481  0  0 2w2d  69713
<-
Since you mentioned it:
http://www.ip-plus.net/technical/route_filtering_policy.en.html

Additionally you might want to see the slides of André Chapuis' presentation held at SwiNOG #7:
http://www.swinog.ch/meetings/swinog7/BGP_filtering-swinog.ppt

Pro's and con's, of course. But I guess Swisscom is still living with 128 Meg ;-)
If that list is current, they're also living without connectivity to many networks on the Internet (entire /8's missing). ;)

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