Intradomain DNS Anycast revisited
Peter John Hill
peterjhill at cmu.edu
Mon Mar 28 17:42:57 UTC 2005
On Mar 28, 2005, at 8:40 AM, Bill Woodcock wrote:
>> I like BGP more as I could transport that /32 with no-export
>> right away.
> Yes, in a simple hub-and-spoke anycast topology, iBGP is simplest. In
> wagon-wheel or mesh topology, having an IGP makes some things simplest,
> though you can still use iBGP in that role.
Yep, use the best routing protocol that you already have running on the
connecting routers might be a decent rule of thumb... Therefore
enterprises (where I have worked) tend to use ospf.... I can understand
service providers using iBGP...
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