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Re: Verio Peering Question
From: "Lucy E. Lynch" <llynch () darkwing uoregon edu>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 16:40:50 -0700 (PDT)


try a little harder -

http://psg.com/~randy/010809.ptomaine.pdf

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On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:


At 04:31 PM 9/27/2001 -0700, Randy Bush wrote:
 >> I don't think anyone has ever claimed (Randy included)
 >> that filtering out long prefixes never hurts performance /to
 >> those long prefixes/. Just that the usage of those long
 >> prefixes is small, the effect is often small, and the NET
 >> effect (i.e. on performance to all prefixes) is often improved,
 >> AND the 'public good' effect, in terms of encouraging
 >> CIDR and discouraging disaggregation has benefits for
 >> the global routing table, for everybody, in terms of
 >> reduction of cost (nice statistical demonstration at
 >> last IETF Ptomaine session - please refer to 'belling
 >> the cat' problem).
 >>
 >> Are you going to present statistical data to the contrary?
 >
 ><http://psg.com/~rand/010809.ptomaine.pdf>

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Sorry. :(


 >randy

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TTFN,
patrick



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