Re: Autonomous System Sanity Protocol

Noel Chiappa <jnc@ginger.lcs.mit.edu> Mon, 28 April 1997 16:02 UTC

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From: Noel Chiappa <jnc@ginger.lcs.mit.edu>
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Subject: Re: Autonomous System Sanity Protocol
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    [The problem came in two parts. ... The second part is that the routes
    didn't get widthdrawn correctly - they still existed in various parts of
    the Internet some 24 hours after B disconnected itself from the Internet.]

Right, and this was the part I found most interesting. Of course, I'd claim
that failures like this are almost inevitable in DV type systems! :-)

	Noel