for your regularly scheduled dose of broken ipv6 routing...
koch at tiscali.net
Thu Sep 21 21:28:35 CEST 2006
On Thu, 21 September 2006 20:56:25 +0200, Jeroen Massar wrote:
> (There is one side-effect explanation btw: filters, as the RIPE IPv6
> block is announced as a /48, which is filtered by some, and accepted
> only by the ones who can't care less. Thus quick solution: drop the /48
> and simply use the /32 towards SURFNet for super light speed connectivity ;)
How many people would kill me for giving transit to that
/48? It could solve that thingy and might improve routing
quite a bit, and the AS path should be short enough for
many to not having to use some nasty AS paths as outlined.
As native for us as one could want I think.
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