On 17 Mar 2014, at 10:27, manning bill <bmanning () isi edu> wrote:
alas, our service predates Joe’s marvelous text.
“B” provides its services locally to its upstream ISPs.
We don’t play routing tricks, impose routing policy, or attempt to
influence prefix announcement.
In the taxonomy I just shared, that makes the origin nodes of B all "global nodes".
To clarify though, I certainly wasn't trying to suggest that the things I described were new or original when I was
writing in 2003. Anycast had already been in use for quite some time by a variety of people at that time.
It's specifically the terms "local" and "global" in a DNS anycast context that I was apologising for :-)