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Re: Hey, anyone who wanna help improve the net stability?
Avi, > It's not necessarily unaggregated... > > I'm not sure, it's possible that Sean might have described the swamp as > basically space above the a/b space and < 205/8. At the Los Angeles IETF I tried to define the terms "Swamp" and "Toxic Waste Dump" as follows: * The Swamp is the 192.0.0.0/8 addres space that is routed. * Each and every /24 in the Swamp is part of the Toxic Waste Dump (twd). > > Of the class cs from the swamp how many are now being routed at the > > defaultless core? HOW MANY ADDITIONAL CLASS Cs FROM THE SWAMP ARE THERE > > No clue, but we could find out. You might not like/agree/understand the above definitions, but... given the above definitions the current sizes are: Size(swamp) = 6549 Size(twd) = 5555 This data is taken from a default free router that lives in Amsterdam, The Netherlands which has 40590 prefixes at this moment. FYI. __ Erik-Jan. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -