[ppml] Policy to help the little guys

Jo Rhett jrhett at svcolo.com
Thu Mar 20 18:37:52 EDT 2008

On Mar 20, 2008, at 3:24 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
>>>> The problem is *very* well known, and there ain't much we can do
>>>> about it other than try to contain it until we can afford to  
>>>> upgrade
>>>> all of our hardware to accept that many routes.
>>> how many additional routes does pi multihoming cause over pa?   
>>> how many
>>> additional routes does /29 multihoming cause over /24?
>> Well if I thought you were serious, I would ask for more details  
>> as not
>> *every* route would be one of those. But I suspect you're trying  
>> to make
>> another point, so why don't you spell it out?
> the answers are "negligible with the way folk do things currently[0],"
> and "none."

Hm, that's funny.  I was thinking the reverse -- 'none' for the  
first, and...

/29 could cause routing table growth if it wasn't filtered near the  
edges/ignored by the core, etc.

Jo Rhett
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