Murphy, Jay, DOH
Jay.Murphy at state.nm.us
Mon Jun 7 22:58:25 UTC 2010
Yes, I understand this point. So, elaborate on the answer... I am not making something simple, complex, homey.
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From: Bill Fehring [mailto:lists at billfehring.com]
Sent: Monday, June 07, 2010 4:42 PM
To: Murphy, Jay, DOH
Cc: Dale Cornman; nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Strange practices?
On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 14:59, Murphy, Jay, DOH <Jay.Murphy at state.nm.us> wrote:
> "So if the enterprise loses connectivity to one of these two providers, does the provider without working connectivity to the enterprise have mechanism in place to cease originating the address space?"
> Yes, BGP updates.
Um, it wasn't a trick question Jay, and as others have stated, since
the providers are statically routing this address space to their
common customer, this would require a coordinated effort to manually
(or preferably automatically) shutdown the advertisement should
connectivity be lost to the customer. There are a number of ways that
could be achieved, but it's obviously important that it is.
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