### to khuon@Merit.Net (Jake Khuon) concerning "Re: Problems with specific
### routing policies for each exchange point ":
I must admit that I do not see the reason for using AS macros in rs-in
and rs-out statements. As far as I know these statements merely
control which AS peers will receive your routes from the route server
and vice-versa. Since these are direct peers with the route server, I
can't see the need to put anything other than specific AS numbers into
the rs-in and rs-out lines.
Am I missing something obvious?
One particular instance where an as-macro could be useful within rs-in/out
is in the case where one wants to support an MLPA.