One /22 Two ISP no BGP

Brandon Galbraith brandon.galbraith at gmail.com
Sat Feb 14 11:45:02 CST 2009


Could Charlie do long haul microwave to someone who can do BGP?

On 2/14/09, Francois Menard <francois at menards.ca> wrote:
> The rule with ARIN is that you only need to demonstrate that you WANT
> do do multihoming, not that you WILL do multihoming.
>
> That question would be better asked on the ARIN policy mailing list.
> I'm also on that list.
>
> That was cleared with ARIN as part of the process to get that /22
>
> I guess ARIN rightly assumes that most ISPs do want to do BGP with
> their customers...
>
> F.
> --
> François D. Ménard
> francois at menards.ca
>
>
>
> On 13-Feb-09, at 6:48 PM, Charles Regan wrote:
>
>> The problem we have now is that we got our /22 from arin to do
>> multihoming.
>> If we dump tlb, no more multihoming? No /22. Is that correct?
>>
>> We also have a contract with tlb.
>> $$$ 1.5yrs left...
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> 2009/2/13, Seth Mattinen <sethm at rollernet.us>:
>>> Charles Regan wrote:
>>>> Isp2 is vtl not bell
>>>>
>>>> 2009/2/13, Seth Mattinen <sethm at rollernet.us>:
>>>>> Charles Regan wrote:
>>>>>> Just got final confirmation from ISP1 that they will not do BGP
>>>>>> with us.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ISP1 is Telebec.
>>>>>> http://www.iptools.com/dnstools.php?tool=ipwhois&user_data=142.217.0.0&submit=Go
>>>>>>
>>>>>> My subnet
>>>>>> http://www.iptools.com/dnstools.php?tool=ipwhois&user_data=204.144.60.0&submit=Go
>>>>>>
>>>>>> What can we do now ? Any suggestions ?
>>>>>>
>>>>> Do you know who is upstream of ISP2? We've established that
>>>>> Telebec is
>>>>> only connected to Bell Canada. If ISP2 also has a connection to
>>>>> Bell
>>>>> then you don't gain anything with Telebec except this huge mess and
>>>>> horrible hacks to work around their lack of BGP.
>>>>>
>>>>> ~Seth
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Also, VTL peers with Sprint and SAVVIS. Based on this information I'd
>>> just drop Telebec completely. They only have one upstream. You
>>> won't get
>>> any redundancy with them since they're just giving you a connection
>>> to
>>> Bell, which VTL already gives you. Here's the view from my SAVVIS
>>> router
>>> with Sprint as the preferred path:
>>>
>>> routy-border0>show ip bgp 216.113.0.0/17
>>> BGP routing table entry for 216.113.0.0/17, version 78286019
>>> Paths: (3 available, best #1, table Default-IP-Routing-Table)
>>>  Not advertised to any peer
>>>  1239 5769, (received & used)
>>>    208.79.242.129 (metric 3) from 208.79.242.129 (208.79.242.129)
>>>      Origin IGP, metric 439, localpref 100, valid, internal, best
>>>      Community: 11170:1239
>>>  3561 5769
>>>    216.88.158.93 from 216.88.158.93 (206.24.210.102)
>>>      Origin IGP, localpref 90, valid, external
>>>      Community: 3561:11840 11170:3561
>>>  3561 5769, (received-only)
>>>    216.88.158.93 from 216.88.158.93 (206.24.210.102)
>>>      Origin IGP, localpref 90, valid, external
>>>      Community: 3561:11840
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Seth Mattinen		sethm at rollernet.us
>>> Roller Network LLC
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Envoyé avec mon mobile
>>
>
>
>

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