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Re: NSPs and filters
From: randy () psg com (Randy Bush)
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 97 21:01 PDT

I'm not saying UUNet should install whatever filters I want on their
routers.  I'm just saying the net would be a MUCH nicer place if NSP's all
did ingress filtering on their customer connections.  If current routers
can't handle the load this would create, then NSP's need to find vendors
willing to deliver the necessary power, or they need to rethink the way
they design their networks.  

Most of my customers have customers who in turn have customers, not a few of
whom are multi-homed.  Same for UUNET, ...

So, at POP X, I take in maybe 100 prefixes, with maybe 1000 at some POPs.
How do I build and maintain that filter list, and how long does it take each
packet to get through it with a router that also does real routing?

randy


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