RFC1918 conformance

Jeffrey C. Ollie jeff at ollie.clive.ia.us
Thu Feb 13 14:01:01 UTC 1997


On Thu, 13 Feb 1997 13:47:24 +0300 (MSK), alex at relcom.eu.net writes:
>On Wed, 12 Feb 1997, Dana Hudes wrote:
>> Gated allows you to specify the ospf router id. AS others have mentioned
>> so does Bay.  Out of curiousity, is anyone running anything other than
>I know it well (really we have few gated-based routers there). Let me to 
>point my mind - it may be usefull to have short reserved address space in 
>the beginning (net and the end ( or simular) 
>address space. CISCO's router-id was used as amazing example _why it mey 
>be usefull_.

I don't think that Internet engineering decisions should be based
solely on the basis of Cisco's bad decsisions regarding their OSPF
implementation. You claim that there are other reasons why reserving and are a good idea. Can you share some of
these reasons? I'm not totally against reserving these networks, but I
do require more convincing.

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