AS-Path - ORF Draft
ghankins at mindspring.com
Mon Oct 23 10:57:19 CST 2017
Nokia SR OS defaults to pre-policy but can be configured to post-policy
by adding "post-import".
prefix-limit ipv4 100 // pre-policy
prefix-limit ipv6 100 post-import // post-policy
Greg Hankins <ghankins at mindspring.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 12:37:13 +0200
From: Job Snijders <job at ntt.net>
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: AS-Path - ORF Draft
On Mon, Oct 23, 2017 at 08:35:42AM +0200, Job Snijders wrote:
> > or it could compare each additional prefix received to already learned
> > prefixes and decide to drop one to make room for the new one. For
> > example you could drop the most specific routes before less specific
> > routes.
> The moment a BGP implementation can do such RIB compression, it may
> indeed make sense to offer two types of limits: a 'pre-policy maximum
> prefix limit' and a 'post-policy maximum prefix limit'. The former type
> of limit would be useful in context of route leaks, the latter in
> context of protecting against overflow of the FIB capability.
Apparently this already exists and is widely available, Saku Ytti gave
me some additional information. There are various keywords available,
and they operate at different attachment points in the conceptual model.
| IOS XR | Junos
pre-policy keyword | ???? | prefix-limit
post-policy keyword | maximum-prefix | accepted-prefix-limit
(????? means the keyword does not exist)
Now I wonder what Arista EOS, Nokia SR-OS, etc offer in this regard. :-)
(screenshot here http://instituut.net/~job/screenshots/baf76f9c29a31d2e55454ddd.png
for those of you who can't easily view ASCII tables)
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