[routing-wg] Annoucing supernets in BGP?
Daniel Karrenberg daniel.karrenberg at ripe.net
Wed Sep 12 12:50:50 CEST 2012
I guess this comes from 80/5 being visible in RIS. It is worth pointing out that RIS sees this only from one single peer in Geneva and nowhere else. This means that the route is certainly not widespread according to RIS. It may very well be that this is leakage in one way or another. RIS does not filter of course but dutifully records what it gets. But a "route visible in RIS" always needs to be qualified by the number of peers and route collectors that sees it. If our tools should give warnings for 80/5 that is a matter of tweaking the thresholds. Daniel On 11.09.2012, at 17:09 , Michael Markstaller wrote: > Hi, > > just a formal question: > Is it good/best practice for Swisscom to announce 80/5 into BGP ? > (which covers our assignment 126.96.36.199/20 and many others) > > More-specific wins, sure.. but we had some troubles yesterday, so just > a question to ask.. > > If it's the wrong ML, sorry, happy to get redirected.. > > > - -- > Mit freundlichen Grьssen > > Michael Markstaller > > Elaborated Networks GmbH > www.elabnet.de > Lise-Meitner-Str. 1, D-85662 Hohenbrunn, Germany > fon: +49-8102-8951-60, fax: +49-8102-8951-80 > Geschдftsfьhrer: Stefan Werner, Michael Markstaller > Amtsgericht Mьnchen HRB 125120, Ust-ID: DE201281054