I-D ACTION:draft-savola-bcp84-urpf-experiences-00.txt (fwd)

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I-D ACTION:draft-savola-bcp84-urpf-experiences-00.txt (fwd)

Pekka Savola
FYI,

This is a very short doc collecting operational experiences with uRPF.
Comments welcome.

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Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 18:50:01 -0400
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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.


  Title : Experiences from Using Unicast RPF
  Author(s) : P. Savola
  Filename : draft-savola-bcp84-urpf-experiences-00.txt
  Pages : 8
  Date : 2006-4-20

RFC 3704 (BCP 84) published in March 2004 provided an ingress
filtering technique update to RFC 2827 (BCP 38).  This memo tries to
document operational experiences learned practising ingress filtering
techniques, in particular ingress filtering for multihomed networks.


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