randy at psg.com
Fri Apr 23 23:44:46 UTC 1999
> on a router that's not doing filtering, it's going to be a small hit.
> i'm going to infer, however, that any router that's not doing
> filtering is probably not doing much traffic. and any router that is
> doing a lot of traffic, is already doing filtering. so it's less of a
huh? for packet filtering, which is what we've been discussing, my
experience is quite the opposite. one can't really afford packet
filters on routers with oc12s. and in a multi-path universe, filtering
for source address spoofing is best done at the edges anyway.
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