...and the RA?
curtis at ans.net
Wed Nov 9 15:57:45 UTC 1994
In message <199411090013.AA29062 at zed.isi.edu>, bmanning at ISI.EDU writes:
> The Routing Arbiter will peer with and accept all routes from any NSP or any
> other party. Announcements from the RA are subject to specific NSP policy
> constraints as registered in the Global Routing Registry as seen by the RA.db
You do mean on request, right? You don't want your RS loaded down
with someone's host routes that misconfigured their terminal servers
serving SLIP and PPP customers, leaked their subnet routes or made
some other mistake.
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