So Philip Smith / Geoff Huston's CIDR report becomes worth a good hard look today

Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Thu Aug 14 06:36:31 UTC 2014


> It was kindly pointed out to me in private that my phrasing could be
> misleading here.
> 
> When ACL112 came into being, there were old equipment that were being
> protected by the /19 filters. However, the filters were in place long
> after those equipment were replaced.

but by then it had driven all sorts of filtering and a negotiated (at
danvers) treaty with the rirs to allocate on /19.

another note from our private aside, it is worth noting that verio's
satanic phyltres meant we did not even notice the 7007 and 128/9
disasters.  we read about them on nanog (or com-priv?).

randy


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