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Re: Active BGP Probing and large AS-sets
Jeroen Massar wrote:
Actually, we never inserted AS8298 in any of the AS-sets we announced, so you should have seen them...And it also makes clear why it didn't pop up in GRH, as when you insert the GRH ASN 8298 it won't be announced to GRH and thus it doesn't get detected and as quite a number of people check only there it can go quite unnoticed in the IPv6 tables...*
Hmm, I don't know. It wouldn't likely be selected as best path, of course, but why shouldn't it be accepted?Sidetracking: BGP should never accept a path from another peer containing the ASN of a directly connected peer... does it or not?
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