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some 6bone backbone cleanup recommendations
At 04:17 PM 5/7/98 +0200, Guardini Ivano wrote:
>Now I am making available over the Internet a new html page showing the
>anomalous BGP4+ prefixes (according to current version of Buclin/Durand
>I-D on "IPv6 routing issues") advertised inside the 6Bone backbone. In
>particular two kind of anomalous prefixes are displayed:
>- Invalid prefixes: prefixes outside of the 6Bone range (e.g. the old
>RFC1897 test addresses)
>- Unaggregated prefixes: prefixes belonging to the 6Bone range but
>longer than /24
>This html page is available at
>http://carmen.cselt.it/ipv6/bgp/odd-routes.html and is automatically
>updated every 5 mim. I have added a link to this new page also inside
>the main CSELT's BGP4+ routing info page
>(http://carmen.cselt.it/ipv6/bgp/index.html) which is accessible from
>the official 6Bone home page.
>I hope this will be of help in cleaning up the 6bone backbone.
This is most definitely good stuff to help with cleaning up the backbone.
Thank you for doing it.
The odd-routes page is now listed prominently on the 6bone homepage.