firstname.lastname@example.org (John G. Scudder) wrote:
What AS690 does is not just bureaucratic silliness. It's also enlightened
self-interest (as Curtis keeps saying). If enough people have the sense to
want to protect themselves, the Routing Registry will fly.
I agree with the idea of Routing Registry (although i'm more than sceptical
about RADB in its present form, replacing distributed computation with
a cental box not controlled by the service providers).
However, my point is that it should be easy to use and should be on-line;
the NACR-style configuration nightmare is not going to fly.