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

Vadim Antonov <avg@sprint.net> Wed, 08 March 1995 20:51 UTC

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From: Vadim Antonov <avg@sprint.net>
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Subject: Re: nisc-01742 (ticket update) Re: Mail problems at OpenSystems, Inc.
Cc: bgpd@merit.edu, bilse@eu.net, cix-tech@cix.org, davidc@iij.ad.jp, fedor@msf.psi.net, ie@merit.edu, keith@pipex.net, nisc@psi.com, roll@stupi.se, schoff@us.psi.com, smd@sprint.net

>This is a historical artifact of our running the NSFnet Backbone
>Service (and acting as route provider to several peers who trust us to
>take care of them).

Politics is bad for Internet :)

>I agree, however, and it's an operational burden
>on ANS as well to run our configs this way.  In the interest of
>simplifying configs, Merit reduced the amount of route echo back at
>MAE-East a couple months back (thanks to Steve Richardson).

Thanks a lot!

>When the NSFnet Backbone Service changes, I expect this standard
>configuration to change.

You may want to do that anyway to prevent possible transit
through ANS backbone by non-customers.

>Steve

--vadim