PSI/Digex announcements

Joe Shaw jshaw at insync.net
Thu Nov 11 21:58:01 UTC 1999


I have a non peering T1 to PSI for VPN customers.  While troubleshooting
some problems for one of those VPN customers I came across these:

HOUSTON_BR1#show ip bgp regex ^174$

   Network            Next Hop            Metric LocPrf Weight Path
*> 12.15.224.192/27   38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 154.32.255.0/30    38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 192.245.179.248/30 38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 198.17.203.0/25    38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 198.137.240.32/27  38.7.128.1                           200 174 i 
*> 198.207.208.192/27 38.7.128.1                           200 174 iA
*> 204.4.196.32/27    38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 204.4.196.64/27    38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 204.4.196.96/27    38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 204.68.218.0/27    38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 204.180.67.160/27  38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 206.181.125.188/30 38.7.128.1               0           200 174 i
*> 206.119.241.96/27  38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 207.37.154.120/29  38.7.128.1                           200 174 i
*> 207.138.126.128/27 38.7.128.1                           200 174 i

Isn't it considered "bad" to be announcing nets that small, especially the
/30's?

--
Joseph W. Shaw - jshaw at insync.net    
Free UNIX advocate - "I hack, therefore I am."





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