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Re: RIPE "Golden Networks" Document ID - 229/210/178
- From: Bill Manning
- Date: Thu Sep 02 12:09:17 2004
RIPE is the RIR for Europe. RIPE-229 is, from my viewpoint, arbitrary
the root servers are -ONE- set of interesting servers. what about the
web sites that point
to these "important" documents? or the time servers, or my NOC &
The idea of an Internet Registry stepping into giving routing advice is
a leap of faith.
An RIR can tell you what was delegated - but presuming to give advice
on what is important
for everyone that uses IP protocols is over the top.
so no, i don't use this document as a guideline for "golden networks".
the advice on
dampening is important tho and it worthwhile.
On Sep 3, 2004, at 3:44, Rodney Joffe wrote:
This is actually NANOG applicable, despite referring to RIPE... ;-)
How many of you who manage BGP speaking networks implement the RIPE
"best practices" regarding dampening parameters for so-called
http://www.qorbit.net/documents/golden-networks (thanks, Steve!)
If you do, what parameters do you use, or do you not dampen the
"golden networks" at all?
If you don't implement ripe-229, why not?
If there is enough interest/response (i.e if anyone besides me feels
this is a real operational issue currently and wants to deal with it),
I'll work on compiling the responses and producing a report.
Note: A *significant* number of networks appear to *not* follow
ripe-229 guidelines at all.
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