Scalable De-Aggregation for Overlays Using the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
draft-templin-rtgwg-scalable-bgp-01

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Abstract

The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) has well-known limitations in terms of the numbers of routes that can be carried and stability of the routing system. This is especially true when mobile nodes frequently change their network attachment points, which in the past has resulted in excessive announcements and withdrawals of de-aggregated prefixes. This document discusses a means of accommodating scalable de-aggregation of IPv6 prefixes for overlay networks using BGP.

Authors

Fred Templin (fltemplin@acm.org)
Greg Saccone (gregory.t.saccone@boeing.com)
Gaurav Dawra (gdawra.ietf@gmail.com)
Acee Lindem (acee@cisco.com)
Victor Moreno (vimoreno@cisco.com)

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