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Re: Generally accepted announcement sizes
From: "Daniel L. Golding" <dan () netrail net>
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 17:23:25 -0400 (EDT)

<BONG> That was the signal that the NANOG signal to noise limit alarm has
been activated. Check out www.merit.edu for full RADB info. 

BTW - I find /24 to be fairly common. Some folks are more restrictive,
using the ARIN /20 issuance guideline as a filter policy. www.nanog.org
has a few filter policies listed.

Daniel Golding
Director, Network Evaluation and Design
NetRail, Inc.                                   1-888-NetRail

On Thu, 22 Jun 2000, Mufti Ahmed wrote:

Mike what does RADB mean?


Mufti Nayeem Ahmed
Network Systems Engineer
Market Data Networks
Reuters America Inc.
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Can anyone point me to a centralized resource for Tier 1 and Tier2
providers'  accept policies?  I have found that when some of my circuits go
down various parts of the 'Net become unreachable and I attributed that to
the size of that announcement being a /24.  I assume that the carriers I'm
having issue with are not using RADB as I registered all of my netblocks,


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