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Steve Wallace
02:29
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Steve Wallace
02:35
link to google doc with good info
Steve Wallace
03:08
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michael bloom
12:29
I'm not clear on how to use route-sets. I have route objects for each prefix and I have a route-set object including all the route objects. What do I do with the route-set object?
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
14:02
Suggestion- Jeff- you answered a question from Steve "What will Internet2 expect from it's downstream peers" and you answered about the object, and export line. Can we put that answer in the doc?
Larry Blunk - Merit (AS237)
14:45
route-set objects generally not necessary if you are registering route/route6 objects and as-set
Shannon Spurling
15:09
It was my impression that a export policy used to not be required
Steve Wallace
15:13
Andrew, like this: What Internet2 needs from you if you peer directly with I2PX (AS11164)Internet2 customer networks that directly peer with I2PX (AS11164) need to document their AS and its export policy in an IRR AUT-NUM record before October. The export policy needs to reflect any downstream ASs.
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
15:48
Yes, I think that's what I heard!
Michael Lambert (3ROX)
16:02
I would say that route-set objects potentially are finer-grained than as-set objects.
Larry Blunk - Merit (AS237)
16:42
Level3/CenturyLink lets customers either specify as-set (and resolves route/route6 prefixes with matching origin AS numbers) to generate prefix filter, or they can just use a route-set object and not register individual route/route6 objects and as-set.
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
20:32
My mic isn't working. This language in the doc is what I'm looking for. One clarification- do you want us to report an AS-SET that includes the aut-num, that then includes the export line? This goes back to our discussion about recurssion through to the route objects
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
22:27
understood. thanks
Larry Blunk - Merit (AS237)
22:36
Right, the use of route-set's is specific to Level3/Centurylink. It can be simpler for smaller networks and also does require proxy registration of route/route6 for customers. I'm not aware of other providers who do this.
Larry Blunk - Merit (AS237)
24:08
Should have said does "not" require proxy registrations above.
Steve Wallace
37:11
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Andrew Gallo (GWU)
42:22
so, I think I heard something a bit confusing- does the export go in the as-set or aut-num?
Larry Blunk - Merit (AS237)
43:10
import/export policy are attributes of aut-num objects
Andrew Gallo (GWU)
43:20
got it. thanks
Larry Blunk - Merit (AS237)
45:37
As Jeff mentioned, Level3 does not use aut-num objects and import/export attributes to try to discover as-set's/routefor customers. The customer provides the as-set or route-set object name in a form