On 23.03.12 18:03, Matjaž Straus Istenič wrote:
> Dear group,
> we are putting a couple of Bird route servers with an IXP manager front-end to Slovenian internet exchange (SIX). At route servers, we are using the well known model for BGP communities:
> block announcement of a route to a certain peer 0:peer-as
> announcement of a route to a certain peer ix-as:peer-as
> block announcement of a route to all peers 0:ix-as
> announcement of a route to all peers ix-as:ix-as
> How do you handle the announcements with no community set?
While we do not use communities to handle the announcements at VIX I
wonder how you handle 32-bit as-numbers?
> Do you request that "announcement of a route to all peers" is set in order to announce the prefixes from your IXP route servers?
> I will appreciate your feedback, thank you.
> Kind regards,
> Matjaž Straus Istenič, Arnes
> http://www.arnes.si >
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