Additions to the NSFNET policy-based routing database

Erik Sherk sherk at
Tue Apr 7 19:52:11 UTC 1992

> Erik,
> There may be 5000 networks in the NSFnet policy database, but the biggest
> routing table I've ever seen so far is about 3850.  The difference between
> the size of the NSFnet policy database and the number of networks actually
> being carried in Internet routing was on the order of 400 networks for the
> longest time, but took a big jump last fall for some reason.
> Dennis


	But last week there were on the order of ~4900 T1 networks and
~2700 T3 networks. I have been watching this closely, since I am waiting
for the time that it will be more efficient to hear T1 only routes from
the NSS and point default at the ENSS.


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