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The Gorgon's Knot. Was: Re: Verio Peering Question
From: "Joseph T. Klein" <jtk () titania net>
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 18:17:49 +0000
I thought the major point in the filter arguments is the trade offs
between stability, route convergence times, table size, and the
growing customer desire to have reliability based on upstream
We can't have unlimited route tables growth. Large route tables
increase instability and convergence time.
We can yap all day about inconsistent policies but nothing in
this industry is fixed except the limits forced on us by physics.
The technology, and economics tend to shift around.
Find a way to provide reliable multi homing without massive route
table growth and you fix many things.
I do not run Vario ... I will not fault them for taking a stance?
A more NANOG centric discussion may be to understand how many providers
would have problems given larger route tables. We all don't have routers
that can easily chew through a 100,000+ line BGP table.
How much can we give to individual entities without endangering the
At 09:01 AM 9/28/2001 -0700, Majdi S. Abbas wrote:
Sure, they filter, but they invite THEIR peers to filter them, as
well. I don't see any hypocracy in that.
I am sorry you do not. How about we agree to disagree?
See old thread ...
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Adelphia Business Solutions joseph.klein () adelphiacom com
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Re: Verio Peering Question Craig Pierantozzi (Sep 28)
Re: Verio Peering Question Dorian Kim (Sep 28)