Automatic filtering - CISCO, you should think about this...
Alex P. Rudnev
alex at Relcom.EU.net
Mon Dec 29 11:59:21 UTC 1997
> > cheap for the router to process, this would likely not seriously burden
> > anyone in their direct connections.
> > I'd love to see something like this, and it would reduce the complaint that
> > its "too hard to manage" such things.
> How about having "no-auto-inbound-filter" instead, making the default in all
> new versions of IOS be to run this essential level of protection, providing
> a means to turn it off only for those who know they need to turn it off.
It was proposed to CISCO about 1 year ago. But I have head they are doing
something about this (through it's in private talks only).
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