Internet Exchange Route Server
draft-ietf-idr-ix-bgp-route-server-02

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Abstract

This document outlines a specification for multilateral interconnections at Internet exchange points (IXPs). Multilateral interconnection is a method of exchanging routing information between three or more exterior BGP speakers using a single intermediate broker system, referred to as a route server. Route servers are typically used on shared access media networks, such as Internet exchange points (IXPs), to facilitate simplified interconnection between multiple Internet routers.

Authors

Elisa Jasinska (ejas@microsoft.com)
Nick Hilliard (nick@inex.ie)
Robert Raszuk (robert@raszuk.net)
Niels Bakker (niels.bakker@ams-ix.net)

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