Re: [Idr] Unknown Attributes seen in the wild

Colin Petrie <colin@spakka.net> Sun, 30 October 2016 19:16 UTC

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On 30/10/16 19:05, Robert Raszuk wrote:
> The good news is that they should not be leaked as they are to be send
> in their dedicated SAFIs so unless peer exchanges right capabilities
> they should be quite contained.

In this case, we see them appear on BGP sessions that only negotiate
IPv4/Unicast or IPv6/Unicast.

Cheers,
Colin