Making BGP filtering a habit: Impact on policies
draft-cardona-filtering-threats-02

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Authors Camilo Cardona  , Pierre Francois 
Last updated 2014-01-10 (latest revision 2013-07-09)
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-cardona-filtering-threats-02.txt

Abstract

Network operators define their BGP policies based on the business relationships that they maintain with their peers. By limiting the propagation of BGP prefixes, an autonomous system avoids the existence of flows between BGP peers that do not provide any economical gain. This draft describes how undesired flows can emerge in autonomous systems due to the filtering of overlapping BGP prefixes by neighboring domains.

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Camilo Cardona (juancamilo.cardona@imdea.org)
Pierre Francois (pierre.francois@imdea.org)

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