Figure 45 AS prepending in .NET

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Figure 45 AS prepending
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One of the principal things associated with a route, and carried in the update, is a list of AS numbers between source and destination Such a list is called an AS path You might want to think of AS paths as having some similarity to the output of a traceroute, but as a list of ASs rather than of addresses Figure 45 shows how AS1 originates the advertisement, but each AS along the path prepends its AS number to the AS_PATH In the most general sense, prepending, shown by the upper solid line in the figure, means that the AS inserts its own AS number in the AS_PATH, before the AS number that is currently first in the AS_PATH Shown in the lower, dashed path of Figure 45, a more specialized meaning of AS path prepending is to prepend your AS number several times, which makes the AS_PATH less preferred than a shorter AS_PATH RPSL allows the specification of AS path prepending:
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aspathprepend(AS1, AS1);
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See 9 for more detail on the use of multiple prepended AS numbers, as well as the limitations of AS path prepending as a means of influencing route selection Routing policies are defined with respect to autonomous systems In RPSL, an AS-object has the attributes shown in Table 43
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An administrative structure is associated with the distributed routing registry that contains RPSL This structure protects its integrity Each AS object must first have a maintainer object with rights to modify policies Human and cryptographic authentication procedures play roles in maintaining the integrity of main-
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Translating Service Definitions to Technical Requirements: Policies Table 43 RPSL AS Object NAME aut-num as-name member-of import export default RPSL REPRESENTATION <as-number> <object-name> list of <as-set-names> import: <policy expression> export: <policy expression> CHARACTERISTICS Mandatory, single-valued, class key Mandatory, single-valued Optional, multivalued Optional, multivalued Optional, multivalued Optional, multivalued
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tainer objects Maintainers may be organizational functions or specific people Besides maintenance, there are additional functions associated with AS operations for which outside organizations may need to make contact RPSL includes ways to identify both person and role objects A person object is used to describe information about people involved in routing policy making and operations Even though it does not itself describe routing policy, we still describe it here briefly since many policy objects make reference to person objects The attributes of the person class and the complementary role class are shown in Table 44 The person attribute is the full name of the person In contrast, the role object does not identify a specific person, but an organizational function involved in routing policy making or operations Use of the role object allows continuity of operations while faced with the reality that people change jobs
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The Internet Routing Registry (wwwirrnet/) is a distributed database containing the published routing policies of ASs participating in the global Internet The main European registry is at wwwripenet (actually, this contains both address and routing registries) Specifically, irrd is a public domain set of routing registry tools (wwwirrdnet/) Using irrd, you can set up a local mirror of the IRR on most UNIX boxes The actual routing table and the contents of the routing registries ideally should correspond fairly closely, but in the real world the routing registries tend only to be a subset of reality That s quite unfortunate, because the registries are the only place where you can examine what people have defined as routing policies Policies can only be inferred from the actual BGP table To complicate things further, many policies are considered sensitive proprietary information This is most common in the bilateral peering arrangements of top-level providers, as distinct from what their announcements will be to
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4 Table 44 Example of Person versus Role Object PERSON OBJECT person: address: address: address: address: phone: fax-no: e-mail: nic-hdl: Daniel Karrenberg RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC) Singel 258 NL-1016 AB Amsterdam Netherlands +31 20 535 4444 +31 20 535 4445 DanielKarrenberg@ripenet DK58 phone: fax-no: e-mail: admin-c: tech-c: tech-c: nic-hdl: notify: changed: DanielKarrenberg @ripenet 19970616 source: RIPE changed: source: ROLE OBJECT role: trouble: address: address: Singel 258 1016 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands +31 20 535 4444 +31 20 545 4445 ops@ripenet CO19-RIPE RW488-RIPE JLSD1-RIPE OPS4-RIPE ops@ripenet roderik@ripenet 19970926 RIPE RIPE NCC operations
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their customers and at multilateral exchanges Read the following extract from the IRR Web site at wwwirrnet:
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The Internet Routing Registry (IRR) is a next-generation database development effort with participants from many international networking organizations Data from the Internet Routing Registry may be used by anyone worldwide to help debug, configure, and engineer Internet routing and addressing Currently, the IRR provides the only mechanism for validating the contents of a BGP session or mapping an AS number to a list of networks The IRR emerged early in 1995, a time when providers worldwide were preparing for the end of the NSFNET Backbone Service and the birth of the commercial Internet The IRR originally comprised five databases, including those operated by Merit, the RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC), ANS (now UUnet), internetMCI (now Cable & Wireless), and Bell Canada (formerly CA*net) There now are more than two dozen databases in the IRR Any ISP worldwide can register in the RADB s define RADB portion of the Internet Routing Registry However, providers with access to a more local routing registry database are encouraged to use it instead
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