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Re: Tier1 blackholing policy?
From: "Patrick W. Gilmore" <patrick () ianai net>
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 11:53:54 -0400
On Apr 30, 2013, at 11:23 , Thomas Schmid <schmid () dfn de> wrote:
On 30.04.2013 17:07, Chris Boyd wrote:
On Tue, 2013-04-30 at 10:59 -0400, ML wrote:
1) Do nothing - They're supposed deliver any and all bits
a DoS or similiar situation which impedes said network)
2) Prefix filter - Don't be a party (at least in one direction) to the
bad actors traffic.
3 - Deliver all packets unless I've signed up for an enhanced security
right - I see this really as something that should be decided at the edge
of the internet (Tier2+) and not in the core.
Which of these statements are true:
A) Is it impossible for an end user or business (i.e. non-ISP) to get a direct connection to a "Tier 1" (whatever the
hell that means) provider.
B) Most traffic on the Internet traverses Tier 1s today.
C) A Tier 1 has a different profit motive than a Tier 2 (whatever the hell that means) providers.
D) All Tier 1 providers are larger than all Tier 2 providers.
We'll just skip over the E) all of the above.
P.S. Hint: If you answered A, B, C, or D, you aren't paying attention.
Re: Tier1 blackholing policy? Jon Lewis (Apr 30)
Re: Tier1 blackholing policy? William Herrin (Apr 30)