Is it unusual to remove defunct rr objects?

Baldur Norddahl baldur.norddahl at gmail.com
Sun Nov 2 12:52:04 UTC 2014


On 1 November 2014 23:18, Rob Seastrom <rs at seastrom.com> wrote:

> Where on the public Internet?
>
> Do networks run by organizations such as SITA, ARINC, BT Radianz, UK
> MOD, and US DOD that use globally unique space and may interconnect
> with each other in some way (and could hypothetically be using
> IRR-type structures to describe that routing policy though I don't
> think the military does that) get their objects unceremoniously booted?
>

Why would I want routes from US DOD in my filters, if this stuff is not
supposed to be on the public internet? That is a waste of everyones
ressources.

Regards,

Baldur


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