"Recommendations on IPv6 Route Aggregation"
jbates at brightok.net
Wed Feb 9 16:06:54 CET 2011
On 2/9/2011 1:21 AM, George Bonser wrote:
> accept down to a /32 in PA - issued in chunks of /32 or larger
It is supposed to have the aggregate announced, but there is no question
that some deaggregation is required.
- Multi-homed BGP speakers who are not paying ARIN for PI space
- Load distribution policies
That is not to say that people won't filter it, but it is hoped that
enough will not filter it to handle the necessary policies. Once the
packet leaves a network that only sees the aggregate, it should
hopefully pass through a network that sees the more specifics (unless
NSPs filter). The closer to the filtering network that the specifics are
seen, the more direct a route the packet can take.
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