2 Byte ASNs??

Karsten Thomann karsten_thomann at linfre.de
Fri Aug 5 15:38:13 UTC 2022


if I check this site it shouldn't be problem to purchase a 2Byte ASN.
The ASN are at the end, but it seems that there are some available.

Is there any reason you need to use your AS in the route target instead 
of using a private 2 Byte AS Number for the route target?

Kind regards

Am 05.08.2022 um 17:16 schrieb Justin Wilson (Lists):
> Whats the availability of two byte asns look like? Anyone able to 
> obtain one recently? I have a network that is all Mikrotik and the 
> route targets are messing with them.  They can’t use communities with 
> their 4 bytes asn.  It’s one of those it really isn’t a big deal but I 
> thought I would ask.
> Justin Wilson
> j2sw at mtin.net
>> https://j2sw.com (AS399332)
> https://blog.j2sw.com - Podcast and Blog
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