Re: [sidr] various

"George, Wes" <> Sun, 13 November 2011 00:45 UTC

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> From: Randy Bush []
> Sent: Saturday, November 12, 2011 9:58 AM
> To: George, Wes
> Cc: sidr wg list
> Subject: Re: various
> > Do you or do you not agree that on the transition between private ASN
> > and public, if remove-private is configured, any signatures
> containing
> > private ASN must be removed even if the eBGP peer is BGPSec capable?
> with the statement as is, if it is a private asn or a public asn, it is
> not signing.

[WEG] sigh. Let me try one more time.
This question is not about confederations so "the statement" is not applicable.
Think just bog-standard, vanilla eBGP, with two BGPSec speakers, one of whom is using a private ASN, announcing routes that must be carried to the DFZ. Make more sense now as to why I'm making the distinction between private and public ASN?


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