Portable IP space, isolated networks, BGP, etc... (fwd)
Alex P. Rudnev
alex at virgin.relcom.eu.net
Fri Dec 10 07:14:03 UTC 1999
There is an other way, strange but working - don't use ASn at all, use the ASN
of the providers with some IGP or _bgp over private AS_ protocol. It work.
(I do not advise this, btw).
On Thu, 9 Dec 1999, Randy Bush wrote:
> Date: Thu, 09 Dec 1999 14:18:33 -0800
> From: Randy Bush <randy at psg.com>
> To: David Israel <disrael at dedaana.dev.pgexpress.net>
> Cc: tim at clipper.net, nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: Re: Re: Portable IP space, isolated networks, BGP, etc... (fwd)
> >>>>> First, it's my understanding that I can use a single ASN for the BGP
> >>>>> peering at each of these networks. Am I mistaken?
> >> if you don't care to reach one from the other.
> > Well, you _can_, if you want to put the time and effort into performing
> > the evil routing voodoo. I can think of a few ways of doing it, without
> > even bridging over a tunnel. I wouldn't advise it, however.
> i disagree strongly. i think it is a really great idea for our competitors
> to deploy.
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