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Re: Ping flooding (fwd)
> | But please, let us not turn this into "my box is better than your > | box". > > Why not? I'm sure there are people who would LOVE to see > people buying up all the NSSes that ANS is throwing away. > > They're *fabulous*. > > Sean. Folks, that wasn't the point (at least not mine). The point was (from me anyway) that this kind of data collection can be very useful for network architecture, and I'd love to have it in all our routers (and I really couldn't care less who the vendor is; it just so happens we have a lot of Ciscos so that's just one where I'd like to have it). We've used the data quite a bit. Blurbs about the NSSes were just clarifications of what it is we'd like to have elsewhere (there are several things about the NSS collection of this data that are less-than-optimal in a world with lots of CIDR and subnetting, if that gives anyone a warm fuzzy :-)). I don't think ANS is alone here, but if so, I'll crawl back under my rock. ;-) I know there were folks at ISMA interested in this kind of data; maybe they've changed their minds.