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How big a network is routed these days?
- From: John Smith
- Date: Wed Jan 17 09:10:29 2007
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my organization is considering PI addresses as a way to multihost.
Having read the archives regarding disadvantages and alternatives,
my question is how big a network must one have to be reasonably
sure the BGP routers will accept the route?