tom at light.sdf.com
Tue Sep 2 11:29:01 PDT 2003
On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, Haesu wrote:
> < snip >
> > Yes, most carriers do use them. But a major carrier is not going to use
> > some fly-by-night route registry. In fact, several carriers operate their
> > own registries, and don't trust information from anywhere else.
> Ohhh yes, and they also mirror other IRR db's too.
Some do, and some don't. CW RR doesn't mirror RADB RR for instance.
> > And you sure they are getting farther than that? I see only three /24s
> > from your AS (presumably 27552), and a /21 and a /22.
> www.cidr-report.org They also provide view from three different ASes. Let see
> how many /24's you can count.
Only three are visible to me here, which shows there is a proprogation
problem of some sort.
> > At least 10% of the routes in the table are unnecessary.
> No, you meant to say 28.8% gain by fixing deaggregates
28.8% is greater than 10%, and I said that more than 10% of the routing
table is junk.
> Haesu C.
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