Level 3 BGP Advertisements

Marc Storck mstorck at voipgate.com
Wed Sep 5 10:32:37 CDT 2012


>Just for kicks, I tried using a .0.0/16 and .255.255/16 adress for stuff
>in IOS (configured it as loopback and tried to establish bgp sessions
>etc), that didn't work so well. I don't remember exactly what the problem
>was, but I did indeed run into problems.

LU-CIX uses .255 and .0 for their route servers. See [1]. And it looks
like most router fabrics can now handle BGP sessions to those addresses.

Regards,

Marc

[1] http://www.lu-cix.lu/route-servers.html 
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