FreeBSD router two DSL connections
tedm at toybox.placo.com
Tue Dec 27 15:51:53 PST 2005
Quoting Danial Thom <danial_thom at yahoo.com>:
> --- Ted Mittelstaedt <tedm at toybox.placo.com>
> > >-----Original Message-----
> > >From: Danial Thom
> > [mailto:danial_thom at yahoo.com]
> > >Sent: Monday, December 26, 2005 7:50 AM
> > >To: Ted Mittelstaedt; Winelfred G. Pasamba
> > >Cc: pretenda at wrgn.net;
> > freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> > >Subject: RE: FreeBSD router two DSL
> > connections
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >As stated, even by Ted, you have to register
> > ALL
> > >of your addresses with ALL of your ISPs, so
> > you
> > >can send your packets to ANYONE you want, even
> > if
> > >they are filtering.
> > >
> > No, what I said is that any ISP that is an
> > end-node AS
> > and gets a feed from a network must tell that
> > network
> > what IP blocks they are using to send traffic
> > from.
> You're a very sick person, Ted. If you use BGP,
> both of your providers have to "know" about all
> of your address blocks.
My VERY FIRST response to the original poster was
that their scheme would not work UNLESS they were
> So if they "know" about
> your address blocks, then you can load balance
> instead of using BGP. Its the same damn thing,
> you incompetent blob :)
> There's little point in being multi-homed if you
> can't send all of your traffic up EITHER pipe. If
> you couldn't, you'd be out of business if one of
> your pipes was down,which simply isn't the case.
> I really don't know what's wrong with you, except
> that you seem obsessed with being on the opposite
> side of whatever arguement I'm one. You're making
> a goddamned fool of yourself.
I think you are arguing with a series of straw men.
Perhaps you might try READING THE RESPONSES for a change?
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