Why doesn't BGP...
michael at memra.com
Mon Nov 11 19:02:27 UTC 1996
On Mon, 11 Nov 1996, Avi Freedman wrote:
> > Sort of like the cruise control in my car. The car starts going too
> > fast and it *eases* off. The car starts going too slow and it adds
> > a *little* more throttle.
> > My cruise control works quite well. So could routers.
> Your cruise control doesn't have to communicate with 80 other cruise
> controls, each of which communicates with 80 other cruise controls,
> each of which then has to decide whether they have to change any
> course or acceleration settings based on the updated info.
Michael Dillon - ISP & Internet Consulting
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