[ppml] alternative to 2005-1

cja@daydream.com packetgrrl at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 16:23:16 EST 2006


It is different because when the block is out of someone's PA space then
it's still announced as part of an aggregate even if the specific /48 is
filtered.  So sure.. this site will announce the more specific and it will
take up a "routing slot" but if the tables are too big for an ISP to carry
it can filter and just accept the aggregate and still be able to reach that

I hope this doesn't intend to disallow site multihoming with PA space.


On 2/9/06, Steve Feldman <steven.feldman at cnet.com> wrote:
> I'm somewhat confused by this discussion:
> Is the intent to also disallow site multihoming using PA space?
> If I can obtain a /48 from one provider, and also announce it
> through one or more other providers, doesn't it use that same
> "routing slot" a PI assignment would use?  If so, then why
> is this better than a PI assignment?
> If I can't do that, then it effectively prevents me from
> multihoming at all, which prevents me from using IPv6 in
> any meaningful way.
>         Steve
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