[ppml] question on 2006-2 v6 internal microallocation

Michael.Dillon at btradianz.com Michael.Dillon at btradianz.com
Tue Aug 29 04:23:44 EDT 2006

>  where is the "global" routing table defined? 

See below.

> is that a universally
>  agreed on definition?  answeringthese questions will help answer
>  your questions.

If nobody objects to the following definition or suggests
changes to the wording to make it fit better, then the
following is a universally agreed definition of the
"global routing table".

The Global Routing Table refers to the set of all 
prefixes (address blocks) announced in the default-free
zone of the public Internet via BGP4. Theoretically,
the routing table in a peering router of any member
of the default-free zone will consist of the "Global
Routing Table" plus the more detailed local routes which
are only found in that member's network.

If anyone can say it better or more accurately, please

--Michael Dillon

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