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[c-nsp] DNS amplification

	The last presentations that I saw about it said that we are going to be




On 20/03/2013 02:53, Randy Bush wrote:
> i am not saying bgp and forwarding can deal with growth forever, but
>   o over my career, the death of spinning oxide has always been two
>     years away.  yet the hardwhere jocks have continued to pull the
>     rabbit out of the hat.  perhaps, many decades later, ssds have
>     finally caught up and physical limits are finally approaching.
>   o a dozen or so years ago, i shared an nsf grant with lixia, dan, and
>     others called "better bgp," based on the assumption that bgp was not
>     gonna scale.  i took the contrary position, we actually had no clear
>     measurement showing it was not going to scale.  out of this came
>     beacons, 'happy packets', etc.
> so i think we need some measurements of the sky before we can judge the
> rate of its descent.
> randy