Sprint BGP filters in 207.x.x.x?

Ted Linnenkamp tedlin at microsoft.com
Wed Dec 13 21:26:28 UTC 1995

Message-ID: red-13-msg951213213258MTP[01.51.00]000000ac-28766

MCI announces smaller routes for its customers that do not use the CIDR 
blocks given to MCI. If you brought address space to MCI they would 
announce it. The most important thing is that on NEW CIDR blocks they 
stay aggregated. This is why Sprint will not listen to the announcement 
of /18 or less address space in the 207.xx/8 block. Painful but effective.

Ted L.
From: Jon Zeeff  <jon at branch.com>
To:  <cook at cookreport.com>
Cc:  <dmbarton at mci.net>;  <smd at chops.icp.net>;  <freedman at netaxs.com>;  
<nanog at merit.edu>
Subject: Re: Sprint BGP filters in 207.x.x.x?
Date: Wednesday, December 13, 1995 1:17PM

I think this is misleading.  MCI does announce routes smaller than this
for its customers.

> MCI aggregates all its customer's routes into /19's.  We have just

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