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RE: IRR/RADB and BGP
From: "Deepak Jain" <deepak () ai net>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 00:43:03 -0400
I strongly approve of such requirement. I know that it is in the peering
agreements of several carriers, but they often don't check or enforce
this. Many register customer routes and ASes. If routes and policies
were properly registered, securing the Internet would be a lot closer
to being possible.
Is it safe to assume (now) that all the routes one would care to listen to
(under normal circumstances)
are registered in an IRR now? I remember there used to be well-known issues
with some networks, especially internationally.
Re: IRR/RADB and BGP james (Jun 19)
Re: IRR/RADB and BGP Peter E. Fry (Jun 19)
Re: IRR/RADB and BGP Richard A Steenbergen (Jun 19)