question about BGP default routing

Jasper Bryant-Greene jasper at unleash.co.nz
Mon Jan 5 18:08:40 CST 2009


If it has a default route, 0.0.0.0/0, in its routing table, then yes,  
it is.

If it does not, then no, it is not.

-jasper

On 6/01/2009, at 1:05 PM, Kai Chen wrote:

> Hi all I have a question:
>
> I see very few prefixes in a routing table and combining the prefixes
> does not cover addresses space, for example,  {78.41.184.0/21,
> 91.103.239.0/24, 91.103.232.0/22, 82.138.64.0/23, 91.103.232.0/21,
> 77.95.71.0/24} are all prefixes I observed from a BGP speaking router,
> I am just asking is this router using a default routing for all the
> other destinations?
>
> Thanks a lot
>

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