tarko at lanparty.ee
Mon Sep 15 14:24:09 UTC 2014
> Any decent router won't allow you to enter just anything in that range
> into the export rules with a /6, except 2000:: itself, and will
> even show you a failure response instead of silently ignoring the
> invalid input, for the very purpose of helping you avoid such errors.
IOS was already brought up, luckily Junos and TIMOS do just that (both
for prefix-lists and static routes). Unfortunately directly connected
networks remain and there is no way to solve that.
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