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Consistent routing policy?
On 16/Sep/19 21:55, TÃ¶ma Gavrichenkov wrote:
> The point is that you must expect inbound traffic to any prefix you
> advertise to the outside world, even a more specific announcement is
> also being advertised.Â There are legitimate circumstances where an
> ISP would prefer the super-block.
It's not about the business reasons for wanting it, it's about what the
router does if it's presented with the options.
Like I said before, you can do things to your network to prevent your
router from installing a longer prefix. But if you do not, the longer
prefix will always be installed and used, first.