[ppml] Clarification of 2002-3 and final opinion of 2003-15
owen at delong.com
Wed Sep 24 15:43:44 EDT 2003
Because hopefuly you set your filters to allow /20s from say 64/8 and
similar prefixes and /22s from the prefix covering the micro-allocations
so that all the legitimate routes get through, but, you can still ignore
the /30s and /28s etc.
--On Wednesday, September 24, 2003 2:37 PM -0500 Mury <mury at goldengate.net>
>> No! It would be no more aggregatable than 64/8, or any other block
>> we're assigning IP's from. The reason to put it into one block is
>> to make it possible for people to filter based on minimum allocation
>> size easily.
> What's the difference between filtering those blocks out by minimum size
> and having your default route take over, or putting a static route in for
> that /8 block?
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