Trouble reaching whois.ripe.net and www.ietf.org
niels=cluenet at bakker.net
Wed Oct 18 00:25:37 CEST 2006
* nick-lists at netability.ie (Nick Hilliard) [Tue 17 Oct 2006, 22:17 CEST]:
>>Or they could set no-export but then they'd be bitten by networks that
>>reset all communities inbound.
>According to JHMA, the /42 is indeed tagged as no-export.
I just reset their session after making doubly sure it was configured
for communities, but:
Rtr1#sh bgp ipv6 2001:610:240::/42
BGP routing table entry for 2001:610:240::/42, version 2289519
Paths: (4 available, best #1, table Global-IPv6-Table)
Not advertised to any peer
3333, (aggregated by 3333 220.127.116.11), (received & used)
2001:7F8:1::A500:3333:1 from 2001:7F8:1::A500:3333:1 (18.104.22.168)
Origin IGP, localpref 100, valid, external, best
I don't see any communities there. I get that path also from another
peer with identical configuration, and that does get some communities
set by that peer, so I have reason to suspect that AS3333 does not set
any communities when announcing that route to its peers.
>All in all, I'd say that RIPE's v6 reachability problems are a classic
>example of why PI6 space is necessary. I wonder will they renumber.
Not much hard-to-renumber infrastructure in there yet, as far as I know
- no IANA to petition, no /etc/namedb/named.root or /etc/bind/db.root
(pick your poison) to replace on each and every machine worldwide...
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