In message <email@example.com>, Paul Ferguson write
>> You mean that routing protocols need to take account of policies?
>> Or do you mean that BGP isn't good enough?
>> Michael Dillon - ISP & Internet Consulting
>BGP has a number of serious flaws. The more complex the routing mesh, the
>more they will become visable. And if what I see is correct, IDRP, the
>BGP heir, has the same sets of problems.
Another suggestion? Lacking one, one might suggest that the complexity
of the 'mesh' needs to be simplified.
It's that sloppy multiprovider model. Let's go back to one NSFNET
ps- For the *extremely* humor impaired -- I'm just joking. I'm not
seriously suggesting that. I am suggesting to Paul through (friendly)
sarcasm that we have to live with routing complexity.