BCP 38 coverage if top x providers ...
ahebert at pubnix.net
Tue Nov 22 15:26:42 UTC 2016
Applying BCP38 at those level is more risky because of the sheer
volume of transit & prefixes.
For years, people have been working hard pushing the responsibility
of BCP38 to outside their sandbox.
You may remember one of those instance.
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On 11/19/16 21:13, Frank Bulk wrote:
> My google fu is failing me, but I believe there was a NANOG posting a year
> or two ago that mentioned that if the top x providers would implement BCP 38
> then y% of the traffic (or Internet) would be de-spoofed. The point was
> that we don't even need everyone to implement BCP 38, but if the largest
> (transit?) providers did it, then UDP reflection attacks could be minimized.
> If someone can recall the key words in that posting and dig it up, that
> would be much appreciated.
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