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Re: MAI.net filters.
Andrew Partan wrote: > > > Any luck tracking down the reason why some routers inside Sprint kept > > announcing the routes long after the source was removed during either > > the incident last Friday or the other incident on Feb 3-4, 1997? > > Part 2 of the problem (where all of the routes didn't go away even > after they were removed by the source) wasn't only w/in Sprint; it > was elsewhere as well. This has been tracked down to a cisco bug, > which has been found & they are working on a fix. > --firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Partan) If known, could someone please list a detailed description of the bug and software revision number(s) where the bug exists (thats probably all of them I suspect but thought it best to ask...) If one of the Cisco types who read this list knows a planned patch release that would be excellant to know too. (Understood that its only been a few days so consider this thanks in advance...) However, if any known work-arounds exist then these should be posted until the patch can be released. FYI: SAVVIS uses Ascend GRFs in the core but most of our customers use Cisco's... Mike Gaddis - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -