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Sprint Collapsing ASes?
Well, I was on vacation last week, and came back to this note from the SprintLink NOC. I'm surprised no one else posted this. Is there any other information? Are they collapsing all of their networks to a single ASN? Here's the post: Date: Wed, 2 Jul 1997 13:11:48 -0400 (EDT) From: Mujahid Khan <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: BGP AS change Rob, We'll be changing the BGP AS # on the router that you connect to in Washington DC from "1790" to "1239". The change will be made at midnight, July 13 (Sunday night- Monday morning). If you have questions regarding this, please let me know. Thanks. ____ Mujahid Khan 703-689-7217 -- Robert A. Pickering Jr. Internet Services Manager Cincinnati Bell Telephone firstname.lastname@example.org A Rough Whimper of Insanity (Information Superhighway) PGP key ID: 75CAFF7D 1995/05/09 PGP Fingerprint: B1 63 0C 09 D8 2E 5D 69 BB 61 A2 92 22 37 63 C3