Re: [apops] Re: [Oz-ISP] Telstra Community support

  • To: "Joe Abley" <jabley at automagic dot org>
  • Subject: Re: [apops] Re: [Oz-ISP] Telstra Community support
  • From: "Phillip Grasso-Nguyen" <grasso at magna dot com dot au>
  • Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2001 02:26:50 +1000
  • Cc: <apops at lists dot apnic dot net>
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    • > I'm not actually aware of any transit ASN anywhere that will propagate
      > communities set by customers to peers, other customers or upstream ASes.
      > I'm sure there are some, but none of the networks I have worked with
      > will do this.
      e.g.
      Open transit, global one,ATT, Concert,sprint
      > What are you trying to achieve?
      by providers being able to pass communites, remote policy can be changed,
      e.g
      check out open transits policies,
      Extract from whois -h whois.ra.bet AS5511
                     Community Definition
                     ------------------------------------------------------
                     5511:1000  Do not announce to US peers
                     5511:1001  Prepend 5511 when announcing to US peers
                     5511:1002  Prepend 5511 5511 when announcing to US peers
                     5511:1101  Do not announce to Sprintlink/AS1239
                     5511:1102  Do not announce to ICM/AS1800
                     5511:1201  Prepend 5511 when announcing to Sprintlink
                     5511:1202  Prepend 5511 when announcing to ICM
                     5511:1301  Prepend 5511 5511 when announcing to Sprintlink
                     5511:1302  Prepend 5511 5511 when announcing to ICM
                     5511:1401 Do not announce to Sprint on Relay
                     5511:2000  Do not announce to european peers
                     5511:2001  Prepend 5511 when announcing to european peers
                     5511:2002  Prepend 5511 5511 to european peers
                     5511:2101  Do not announce to Global One/AS4000
                     5511:2102  Do not announce to Ebone/AS1755
                     5511:2201  Prepend 5511 when announcing to Global One
                     5511:2202  Prepend 5511 when announcing to Ebone
                     5511:2301  Prepend 5511 5511 when announcing to Global One
                     5511:2302  Prepend 5511 5511 when announcing to Ebone
                     5511:3000 Do not announce to asia/pacific peers
                     5511:4000  Do not announce to other peers
      
      endless possiblities.
      means that service providers don't have to break cidr to control their
      inbound policies, also gives end providers a choice how their networks get
      routed, specially if some providers want to route around bottleneaks etc.
      
      Regards
          Phillip.
      >
      >
      > Joe
      >
      
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