FYI: Internet gridlock article
freedman at netaxs.com
Tue Jul 16 17:30:54 UTC 1996
>from the article:
>"Some ISPs, overwhelmed by the volume of traffic, are using reflective routing
>to reduce their own loads. When traffic destined for another ISP's network
>arrives at the router, reflective routing does not send the traffic on to the
>destination ISP but bounces it back where it came from, further complicating
>the work of the Internet's routers. "
>into each day a little light(heartedness) must fall, you just
>made my day.
>young at mci.net
Hmm... Where on CIO is the IOS w/ reflective routing?
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