anyone else seeing very long AS paths?
shrdlu at deaddrop.org
Tue Feb 17 09:21:07 CST 2009
Jared Mauch wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 08:07:36AM +0200, Hank Nussbacher wrote:
>>"They" will keep trying and until a vast majority of ISPs implement
>>maxas, this will keep happening.
> Or until people who are still running multi-year old cisco code
> actually upgrade? This seems to primarily impact:
> 1) Old cisco code
> 2) PC based bgp daemons
> Both of which likely just need to be upgraded. I actually suspect
> that a lot of people who dropped their bgp sessions did not notice
> something happened, and still will not upgrade their code....I
> suspect these people don't even know they have a bgp speaking device
On the other hand, the fact that various entities have gone out of their
way to advertise that they're running old hardware/out-of-date software
has been noted elsewhere. I'd strongly suggest, if you're reading NANOG,
that you update, before someone less pleasant and friendly than myself
finds you. Please.
Remember, if it's in the news, don't worry about it. The very
definition of news is "something that almost never happens." When
something is so common that it's no longer news -- car crashes,
domestic violence -- that's when you should worry about it.
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