[hostmaster-staff] Re: MIR proposal / reservation revisited?
Michael van Elst mlelstv at xlink.net
Tue Oct 2 20:23:29 CEST 2001
On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 10:25:05AM +0100, Stephen Burley wrote: > [...]What i > descrided was a multi-national massive internal aggregation problem. A > network with 200 000 internal routes and 17 LIR's each with their own > fragmentation happening within their confederacies. It is 1 AS with multiple > exchanges which means we pass on much more routes than we really need to. I understand this problem. I just fail to see how this relates to RIPE, multi-level allocations and a deeper registry hierarchy. If you mix assignments from 17 LIRs in a single AS then the LIRs have to cooperate so that you can aggregate routes as necessary. How would another level or registry help ? -- i.A. Michael van Elst / phone: +49 721 9652 330 Xlink - Network Information Centre \/ fax: +49 721 9652 349 Emmy-Noether-Strasse 9 /\ link http://nic.xlink.net/ D-76131 Karlsruhe, Germany /_______ email: hostmaster at xlink.net [ KPNQwest Germany GmbH, Sitz Karlsruhe ] [ Amtsgericht Karlsruhe HRB 8161, Geschaeftsfuehrer: Michael Mueller-Berg ]
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