Question about obtaining ASN #

Daniel Corbe dcorbe at resultstel.com
Thu May 6 20:14:30 UTC 2004


It only took me a few days from start to finish to obtain a new AS# for 
a client of mine.  If you're only multihoming in one location, have a 
really small network or you're only accepting local or default only 
routes from your upstream providers it should be rather trivial to set 
up the BGP peering sessions too.

Vish Yelsangikar wrote:

> Hi there.
>  
> We are in the middle of a major project that will be rolled out in the 
> next 3-4 months.  With this project, I will be multihoming my 
> network.  To get ready for this project, I recently applied for an AS# 
> for my company with ARIN and I was denied because I don't have a 
> multihomed network and dont intend to be one in the next 30 days. Is 
> there any other way to obtain AS#?  I dont want to wait until 11th 
> hour to get the AS#.  Any suggestions are appreciated.
>  
> Thanks.
>
> Vish Yelsangikar.



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Daniel Corbe, CCNP
Senior Network Engineer
Results Technologies, Inc.
954-921-2400 x104




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