FW: router startup behavior
jared at puck.Nether.net
Fri Jan 18 21:06:04 UTC 2002
On Fri, Jan 18, 2002 at 04:03:35PM -0500, Stephen Griffin wrote:
> In the referenced message, Jared Mauch said:
> > You may want to consider using tftp/rcp/whatnot loaded
> > files for this.
> > As it loads [most if not all depending on the config length] all
> > of the config then parses it promptly.
> > this will prevent leakage in rare cases.
> > - jared
> I have noted that even tftp-loaded files run the risk of a BGP scan
> occuring between the parsing of "no access-list foo" and the parsing
> of the first "access-list foo" line. It appears Brand C takes the
> non-existance of an access-list to mean "implicit permit". I think this
> is probably the source of much of the seen mini-leaks.
i had a mini-leak that was only related to an adjacent router
rebooting that also originated the p2p /30
i think there is some bug w/ community based filtering
that allowed it to leak. (i am following up with the related
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