RE: Internet partitioning event regulations (was: RE: Sendingvs requesting. Was: Re: Sprint / Cogent)

From: Scott Weeks (no email)
Date: Wed Nov 05 2008 - 18:59:52 EST

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    --- wrote:

    "That's not how companies work. What you see as a single
    company operating a single worldwide network, is actually
    a web of companies with interlocking directorships and
    share structures. In each country they will probably have
    3 or 4 corporate entities."

    Ok, I hadn't thought of that. I was thinking of one company in a non-US country with some assets in the US (but most not) and being held to US regulations network-wide. How would you stop the traffic that was not following US regulations from hitting the US?

    A:HNLL7710# configure router 1500 bgp as-path-ignore us-based-as-paths ?

    Not there... ;-)

    "Spend some time hanging out with finance and legal people
    in a big company. You may find it almost as fascinating
    as designing networks."

    As much as I hate to admit it, I believe I'd enjoy geeking-out on that for a while...

    scott


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