[ppml] question on 2006-2 v6 internal microallocation

Martin Hannigan hannigan at renesys.com
Tue Aug 29 11:22:24 EDT 2006

At 09:55 AM 8/29/2006, Howard, W. Lee wrote:

>Your definition says, "the routing table in a peering
>router of any member of the default-free zone will consist
>of the "Global Routing Table" "
>I took "member" to be "router," since I think of a routing
>table as a router's routing table.

Here are the members, for the most part, of the DFZ
(as compiled today):

3 Communications, LLC AS 3356
<https://demo.renesys.com/mi/browse.do?net=1239&section=customer>Sprint AS 1239
Technologies, Inc. AS 701
AS 3561
WorldNet Services AS 7018
America, Inc. AS 2914
Crossing AS 3549
<https://demo.renesys.com/mi/browse.do?net=209&section=customer>Qwest AS 209
Global Network AS 1299
Inc. AS 6453


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