North American Network Operators Group

Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical

Re: links on the blink (fwd)

  • From: Sean Doran
  • Date: Thu Nov 09 01:54:45 1995

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----

>>>>> "Curtis Villamizar" == Curtis Villamizar <curtis@ans.net> writes:

    Curtis Villamizar> In message
    Curtis Villamizar> <199511082323.RAA20836@gaijin.mid.net>, Alan
    Curtis Villamizar> Hannan writes:
    >>  The update I just got on the MAE-E /"Sprint" problem seems
    >> rather timely to the discussion.
    >> 
    >> " We have hit the point where BGP processing on SprintLink
    >> routers can no longer survive moderate fall-overs.  There is no
    >> fix for this, except: a/ people MUST withdraw as many prefixes as
    >> possible b/ the background route-flap MUST be reduced

    Curtis Villamizar> You could also take routing from the RA route
    Curtis Villamizar> servers.  This would solve your problem.  I think
    Curtis Villamizar> this was mentioned at the last NANOG meeting so
    Curtis Villamizar> it is not a new solution either.

    Curtis Villamizar> Curtis


First you will have to explain to me how taking routing
from the RA route server would help avoid a collapse
of my iBGP mesh...

	Sean.

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: 2.6.2

iQCVAwUBMKGeZESWYarrFs6xAQEwjAQAkugBRZUv1JBIYVKRDNTPChmNwjiOUIaT
3R5a0PHKiiCBldg+wkW9Qf/6zx7YKYg3KZMJyNwfUVgeuoVTfJ/poL2IbNt9PZRz
GA1PDh8sSpqf6abrI17rug0Zo84PCHuL2Oltd404uxaIV6zgAkNPvUi4KnQrnpP6
IYbDpyRUlFc=
=e3bY
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

Process pgp-proc killed