do not filter your customers
virendra.rode at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 20:47:49 UTC 2012
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Speaking of leaking the world, I remember one of our transit peer during
their nightly maintenance decided they needed people to talk to, so they
decided to share some love by passing ~ 350k routes causing a meltdown.
As lesson learned, we included a combination of prefix-list &
maximum-prefix filters as part of our config script.
When the hard limit hits a certain percentage, we get alerted that the
neighbor is approaching the limit.
On 02/22/2012 09:41 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
> don't filter your customers. when they leak the world to you, it will
> get you a lot of free press and your marketing department will love you.
> just ask telstra.
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