Route Server Filters at IXPs and 4-byte ASNs
jakob.heitz at ericsson.com
Sat Jan 25 19:26:35 UTC 2014
I would support that.
How would you modify it?
To me, that draft looks hugely complicated, like everything you
could possibly think of was thrown in. I would support a simplified
version (and be able to code it without bugs) if it contained just useful stuff.
Date: Sat, 25 Jan 2014 18:37:42 +0000
From: Nick Hilliard <nick at foobar.org>
To: Sebastian Spies <s+Mailinglisten.nanog at sloc.de>, nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Route Server Filters at IXPs and 4-byte ASNs
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On 25/01/2014 15:48, Sebastian Spies wrote:
> To make things worse: even if the IXPs ASN is 2-byte, I would assume,
> that RS implementors chose to interpret extended community strings as
> always being in the format 4-byte:2-byte (see RFC5668).
some ixp operators (e.g. me) are rather enthusiastic about the idea of a
modified form of draft-raszuk-wide-bgp-communities getting more traction.
This would solve this particular problem and many others.
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