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Re: The Gorgon's Knot. Was: Re: Verio Peering Question
From: "Patrick W. Gilmore" <patrick () ianai net>
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 16:10:18 -0400
At 12:51 PM 9/28/2001 -0700, Paul Vixie wrote:
>If it's a good idea and well presented, they'll do it.
Dorian argued (effectively, IMHO) that this is no where near always the case.
>But somebody like Patrick would qualify as a third party, with no rights at
>all, and would be, and should be, ignored.
Thanx, Paul. I do believe you qualify as a third party as well. :)
However, please note that at no time did I say Verio must stop
filtering. At least I do not think I did. If I did, please forgive me, I
should not have done so. In fact, I quite clearly stated: "I encourage
Verio and Verio engineers to continue filtering if they so desire."
I did say their actions were opposite their words (they are), I mentioned
that no other backbone (at least none I can find) filters like Verio does,
and I noted some of the affects to smaller providers if all backbones filtered.
I also encouraged all other backbones to filter Verio as Verio filters
them. But that is just a suggestion. Feel free to configure your routers
(mail servers, etc.) as you please.
Re: Verio Peering Question Craig Pierantozzi (Sep 28)
Re: Verio Peering Question Dorian Kim (Sep 28)
Re: Verio Peering Question up (Sep 28)
Re: Verio Peering Question German Martinez (Sep 28)
RE: Verio Peering Question Eric Germann (Sep 28)