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call for Orlando IETF agenda items

At 04:00 PM 10/30/98 -0500, Robert Rockell wrote:
>Sure. I can do that. Let me know what timeslot I am in.

Great, you are on the agenda.


>On Fri, 30 Oct 1998, Bob Fink wrote:
>->At 12:13 PM 10/30/98 -0500, Robert Rockell wrote:
>->>I think it is time for some sort of reccommended filter policy to be
>->>discussed, as most people out there (some of which who perform bad-route
>->>reports, yet don't filter their downstreams) are not using filters in place.
>->>For instance, I make the bad routing report every day in Merit's report, but
>->>my AS never shows up in the route's originating path). 
>->>I don't know if this should be added to the soon-to-be-expired
>->>draft-ietf-ngtrans-6bone-routing-01.tx paper, or put somewhere else, but I
>->>think it is time that this is more strictly enforced.
>->>Filtering via route-map on cisco products works well, but I don't know that
>->>it is widely implemented (Backbone experience, or other reasons). 
>->>If we are going to model the 6bone after real life, I think that this is
>->>going to be a crucial issue (especially if we are going to tackle the
>->>multi-homing problem; without filters, no one is encouraged to work on it,
>->>as both /48's are wandering around the backbone for a downstream in many
>->I will happily add this to the agenda, and would very much like it 
>discussed.  I would apreciate it if you would present your ideas and 
>background of your point of view in a short (5-10 minute) presentation.