Re: [v6ops] [Idr] BGP Identifier

joel jaeggli <joelja@bogus.com> Mon, 24 February 2014 00:47 UTC

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On 2/19/14, 6:35 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
>> What I would instead suggest is finding a mechanism by which the
>> unique router-ID can be mapped easily to such addresses.  I don't
>> believe that BGP is the right place to do this.
> 
> we need a name to address mapping mechanism.  let's all think about
> that.  </sarcasm>

routerid rr-type anyone?

that actually doesn't sound like a totally appalling idea.

:p

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