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GTSM - Do you use it?

  • From: John Smith
  • Date: Thu Aug 17 13:21:30 2006
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I would like to know if operators use GTSM techniques with BGP and other routing protocols today? Is any at the perimeter of the routing domain deployed? I would believe that GTSM can provide protection against attacks more than a hop away and thus can save against a lot of potential Dos attacks.
Is anything done by the operators here?