Is the export policy selective under valley-free?
ww at styx.org
Wed Sep 3 12:42:34 CDT 2008
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Le 08-09-03 à 19:26, Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu a écrit :
> OK, I'm looking at this, and having a *little* trouble buying that
> exactly zero or one p2p links - consider the case where the last
> 'c2p' link
> is to provider A, who peers with B but not C, and B peers with both
> A and C,
> and the first p2c link lands at C. Don't you end up with "cp2 p2p
> p2p p2c" in
> that case? Or is there a convention saying we compress the A-B and
> links into a notational A-C link? Or are we defining A-B or B-C
> links as
> being a c2p type instead, even though they're peering and not transit?
If B passes along C's routes to A then that is not (in the model) a
relationship. Only your own and your customers' routes get sent to
routes learned from other peers.
So in this case B-C looks like p2c and A-B could be either p2p or c2p.
Cases of partial transit, where B might repeat C's routes to peers but
to upstrem providers are not, AFAIK treated in the model.
William Waites <ww at styx.org>
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