Monday Night Footbal -- on Google?

Jared Mauch jared at puck.nether.net
Sun Jan 15 15:40:03 CST 2012


On Jan 15, 2012, at 2:56 PM, Saku Ytti wrote:

> Unfortunately that does exactly nothing to help with Internet scale. 
> 
> Now scaling for your local environment embedded RP might be beneficial, but
> actual practical applications where you need ASM are very few.
> 

Most vendors took out hardware multicast support and do it via recirculation
these days.

I'm more interested in other topics, this would likely be served by a CDN,
and I'm curious if any CDNs have started placing gear behind CGN/LSN.

I've also noticed some hotels and other 'guest net' folks capturing 4.2.2.1
and comparable open recursive name servers in-house.  Two weeks ago I could ping
4.2.2.1 and get responses when TTL was set to 1 on my outgoing packets.

- Jared


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