Re: nisc-01742 (ticket update) Re: Mail problems at OpenSystems, Inc.

Curtis Villamizar <curtis@ans.net> Mon, 13 March 1995 03:58 UTC

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Subject: Re: nisc-01742 (ticket update) Re: Mail problems at OpenSystems, Inc.
In-reply-to: Your message of "Sun, 12 Mar 1995 17:33:19 PST." <199503130133.AA17960@zephyr.isi.edu>
Date: Sun, 12 Mar 1995 22:28:19 -0500
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From: Curtis Villamizar <curtis@ans.net>

In message <199503130133.AA17960@zephyr.isi.edu>;, Bill Manning writes:
> > was never picked up again.  The idea is back by popular demand, but
> > the code was never finished and was quite rcp_routed centric.
> > 
> > Archeologic expeditions have uncovered rcp_routed code that has been
> > forward to Yakov for carbon-14 dating and analysis.  Otherwise it's
> > just more vapor.  Sorry if that wasn't clear.
> > 
> 
> I understand that this idea is being considered for the RA route server
> code.
> 
> -- 
> --bill

Bill,

That is why Yakov has the code from rcp_routed.  I guess you are
concerned that the rcp_routed archeology joke might be lost on this
list.  This is all in the summary of the last NANOG meeting at:

  http://www.academ.com/nanog

See "Route Flap Damping Algorithm" and "Route Server Status" on that
page.

But you knew that...

Curtis