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cse332instructor at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 10:01:56 UTC 2014
Thanks for the clarification on the number. I was surprised to see that
At the same time, we couldn't even find genuine disputes apart from the
ones we shared. It seems there should be more but we just could not find
them on the web.
On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 2:53 PM, Fredy Kuenzler <kuenzler at init7.net> wrote:
> Am 23.03.2014 05:40, schrieb Kshitiz Verma:
> > As claimed in http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~misra/news/CD070113.pdf ,
> > 500 to 1000 de-peering happens on a daily basis today.
> I suppose this is just by technical incapabilities. People leak
> prefixes, hit max-pref limters, forget to clear sessions or don't bother
> increasing limits, they migrate gear from Cisco to Brocade or Juniper
> and cannot recover encrypted MD5 passwords... or management decisions
> decide to pull from an exchange.
> I don't consider this "de-peering" a peering dispute or an offensive
> act. The majority of vanished BGP adjacencies are due to laziness or
> technical limitations.
> Fredy Kuenzler
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