A note on CERFnet Routing Changes over the weekend
pushp at CERF.NET
Mon Feb 24 16:16:03 UTC 1992
Steven K. Widmayer writes:
>>125 T1 configured CERFnet (AS 1740) networks (not listed here) have been
>>added to the T3 database.
I have had a few requests for information about this change in CERFnet
Two major changes took place over the weekend.
(1) Erstwhile AS 195 split into AS 1740 (CERFnet ) and AS 195 (SDSCnet)
AS 1740 has about 125 primary nets and AS 195 about 10.
AS 1740 is a secondary AS for about 15 more.
Some of our peers use MERIT's database for access-lists and
measuring inter AS traffic flows. They might want to update their
(2) CERFnet began routing on the T3 NSFnet backbone.
The following defines CERFnet's *current* routing preferences:
(1) CERFnet member routes
(2) Routes received from CERFnet peers:
(3) Routes received from the T3 ENSFnet.
(4) Default to T1 NSFnet
(5) Default to T3 ENSFnet
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