Dear Akamai, you got a /32 there not a bunch of /48s - how to break Facebook and annoy lots of users
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Tue Aug 21 00:16:21 CEST 2012
On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 10:07:52PM +0200, Jeroen Massar wrote:
>But maybe it is better to have a third one which basically means that
>content-providers/CDN/etc that have a large address space can have a big
>chunk of address space and then announce more specifics.
Not sure about that one. It basically creates another "class" of
resource holder (and why wouldn't everyone just go for that class of
space anyway?). Probably doesn't scale if you end up creating a policy
for every way a network may need to be designed.
As Patrick mentioned already, sheer traffic volume might end up forcing
de-aggregation anyway if you can't build a backbone big enough to handle
all traffic for a /32, CDN or not.
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