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Re: who gets a /32 [Re: IPV6 renumbering painless?]

  • From: Elmar K. Bins
  • Date: Tue Nov 23 05:10:20 2004

iljitsch@muada.com (Iljitsch van Beijnum) wrote:

> >For instance, 212.x.y.z is "known" to be on one continent, and so on -  
> >but how do you leverage that into a 212/8 routing entry?
> 
> Well, suppose we know 212/8 is used in Europe. A network that is  
> present in say, North America and Europe then has the routers in Europe  
> that talk to the routers in America filter out all 212/8 more specifics  
> and only announce the aggregate instead. In the simple version this  
> only works if there is full interconnection for all 212/8 destination  
> in Europe.

And if everyone gives transit to anyone. Ideal world.

Elmi.

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