Verizon FiOS - is BGP an option?
faisal at snappydsl.net
Wed Mar 14 13:56:04 CDT 2012
Yes, Dane is not only very smart but also a very sharp and savvy
business operator.. But I am also sure they are not doing this as a 'no
charge' offering for a 'resi' circuit.
Most competitive ISP's (such as Sonic and ourselves) a very flexible to
customer's needs and are willing to support custom configurations but ..
it has to make business sense...and the underlying infrastructure be
able to support that configuration.
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On 3/14/2012 2:41 PM, Mehmet Akcin wrote:
> As far as I know only ISP that will let you do BGP with them on DSL is Sonic and their Fusion service is awesome but very limited to bay area.
> they rock though.
> On Mar 14, 2012, at 6:36 AM, Faisal Imtiaz wrote:
>> I am not familiar with VZ's FIOS network...
>> however I suspect that if they are using a Redback at the Headend, it
>> would allow you to have a 'bridge' network with secure arp settings.
>> (it's a feature that we have seen on Redback's...)
>> Allows you to have a 'flat network' for all your subs, and there is a
>> mechanism built in to allow for assign static ip's and also not allowing
>> for someone to 'fake' / 'steal' someone else assigned IP's. This is
>> nice, because one can be very efficient in their use of IPv4 addresses....
>> This is why I had said earlier that some of these networks are built
>> with infrastructure that is not designed / meant to run advance routing
>> protocols for an End User customers... too much overhead in running bgp
>> sessions to hand off a single IP or even a /29 ........
>> Faisal Imtiaz
>> Snappy Internet& Telecom
>> On 3/14/2012 9:13 AM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>> From: "Faisal Imtiaz"<faisal at snappydsl.net>
>>>> Is that is needed, what is wrong with that ?
>>> Well, we just had FiOS Business 150/65 dropped this week, and my /27 isn't
>>> even a /27; we're sharing a /24 with, presumably, a bunch of other customers.
>>> Not sure how BGP would handle that...
>>> -- jra
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