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Re: Winstar says there is no TCP/BGP vulnerability
On Apr 21, 2004, at 3:56 AM, Michel Py wrote:
Please allow me to try to make my point again: you store the expectedChristopher L. Morrow wrote: For pure: "Don't blow me up with prefixes" just limit the maximum-prefix to some # over your expected peer's list.
Exactly.Yes, it generates more work to update the database, but OTOH it provides the LIII engineer with a lot more to troubleshoot issues. Is it simply not worth the work at your scale?
And you do not have to be at 701's scale for this to not work.
Process is a bitch. Especially when it involves other people over whom you no control.
And when that process involves customers calling to ask why they can't get to XXX web site (no pun intended - I'm sure no one would filter a pr0n site :), it is much more than "a bitch", it is a CLM/CEM.