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Re: Who uses RADB/IRR?
### On Fri, 22 Jan 1999 18:12:01 -0500, Dean Anderson <email@example.com> wrote ### to Daniel Senie <firstname.lastname@example.org>, nanog@Merit.Net concerning "Re: Who ### uses RADB/IRR?": DA> I started looking at the RADB, but haven't got ourselves setup yet. Does DA> anyone actually deny routes which aren't listed in the RADB? I guess what DA> I'm really asking is how important is it to be in the RADB? Does it get DA> more important sometime soon? "Important" is hard to define. People tend to register in the RRs and make use of the RSes because:  It's the right thing to do to publish public policy. It's like signalling before changing lanes.  It makes life easier on yourself and the community that participates in configuring off the RRs. DA> I would also tend to think [based on limited BGP knowledge] that it would DA> only be a problem if your direct upstream used the RADB or if your upstream DA> is RADB filtered by their peers. Is this true? You forgot the word "exclusive". Many providers in addition to configuring off the RR also manually configure in (by hand) those who do not have registered policy in the RRs. I consider this suboptimal administrative practice but you do what you have to. And for those who only do aspath-based filtering... keep knocking on wood. |8^) -- /*====================[ Jake Khuon <khuon@GCtr.Net> ]======================+ | Network Statistics Engineer, NSM/Net-Eng /~ |2 () |\| ~|~ | @ |2 | | VOX: +1(408)328-4828 Fax: +1(408)328-4806 _/~ G L & B A L C E N T E R | +============[ 1154 East Arques Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 ]============+