Net 24 (was Re: Verio Decides what parts of the internet to drop)

bmanning at bmanning at
Mon Dec 6 02:42:09 UTC 1999

> > > Instead, we are looking at a routing system where some traffic will flow on
> > > some networks if it is a longer subnet of a class B address, and will not
> > > flow on some networks based on arbitrary filter decisions.  Some kind of RFC
> > > based consistency would be great.
>  ...
> > 	when this idea came up 
> > 	a few years back, there was serious concern raised
> > 	about collusion and restraint of trade.
> And selective routability isn't? 
> brandon

	selective routability  based on each ISP's internal policies is 
	one thing, an RFC that specifies how all ISPs should behave is a 
	bit different.


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