randy at psg.com
Fri Oct 1 01:04:39 UTC 2004
>>>> If every BGP session in your network is protected by a
>>>> max-prefix limit, no matter who leaks, the damage will be
>>>> limited and contained.
>>> true, also not univeral,
>> the problem with max-prefix is it does not say *which* prefixes.
>> so even if the drop-bgp stoopidity is corrected, you could end
>> up holding the bogus prefixes, not the good ones.
> true, however, my point was that not even the basics are being
> done :(
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