Autonomous System Number Substitution on Egress
draft-jhaas-ase-00

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Abstract

Network Reachability information in the Internet is curretly exchanged through the use of the BGP-4 protocol[1]. BGP Speakers require an Autonomous System (AS) number in order to peer. The AS number is used to identify sets of routes sharing a common administrative policy.

Authors

Jeffrey Haas (jhaas@pfrc.org)

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