[ppml] "Recommended Practices" procedure

Vince Fuller vaf at cisco.com
Tue May 2 14:01:02 EDT 2006

> > IETF is definitely not ignorant, but, it is
> > overweighted with vendors
> > <vaf at cisco.com>
> > BGP isn't the issue and devising a replacement for BGP
> > doesn't attack the fundamental problem.
> :-D

FWIW, my involvement with IETF, NANOG, et alia long predates my current
employment status. A quick look at RFC1338, RFC1519, etc. will verify that.

As I have stated before, I do not speak for my employer. Quite the contrary
since I feel my comments here reflect an advocacy for the large network
operations community that at times is contrary to a vendor's interests (the
best thing that could happen to a router vendor would be a return to the
replace-the-core-every-2-or-3-years heyday of the 90s); they are based on my
first-hand experience in that community from 1988 to 2001.


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