legacy /8

jim deleskie deleskie at gmail.com
Fri Apr 2 21:17:28 CDT 2010


I'm old but maybe not old nuff to know if this was discussed before or
not, but I've been asking people last few months why we don't just do
something like this. don't even need to get rid of BGP, just add some
extension, we see ok to add extensions to BGP to do other things, this
makes at least if not more sence.


-jim

On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 11:13 PM, George Bonser <gbonser at seven.com> wrote:
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Jim Burwell [mailto:jimb at jsbc.cc]
>> Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 6:00 PM
>> To: nanog at nanog.org
>> Subject: Re: legacy /8
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>> So, jump through hoops to kludge up IPv4 so it continues to provide
>> address space for new allocations through multiple levels of NAT (or
>> whatever), and buy a bit more time, or jump through the hoops required
>> to deploy IPv6 and eliminate the exhaustion problem?  And also, if the
>> IPv4 space is horse-traded among RIRs and customers as you allude to
>> above, IPv6 will look even more attactive as the price and
> preciousness
>> of IPv4 addresses increases.
>
> No problem,  everyone tunnels v4 in v4 and the "outer" ip address is
> your 32-bit ASN and you get an entire /0 of "legacy" ip space inside
> your ASN.  Just need to get rid of BGP and go to some sort of label
> switching with the border routers having an ASN to upstream label table
> and there ya go. Oh, and probably create an AA RR in DNS that is in
> ASN:x.x.x.x format.  Increase the MTU a little and whammo!  There ya go!
> Done.
>
> :)
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