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re: [RRG] yetAnotherProposal: AS-number forwarding
> > With support of routing aggregation at any desired level, I can't
> > image that
> > GIRO alone can do much help in routing scalability issue unless it
> > brings in
> > some id/locator split idea, like GSE, SIX/ONE or HRA.
> - as you can see from the talk slides, yes the basic idea IS to
> separate edge prefixes from transit routing space
> - to the specific question of whether aggregation alone
> (by AS and then location) can help much with routing scalability:
> (a) it can indeed help a lot based on the analysis using today's
> routing table content
> (b) but if we want the global routing system to scale *independently*
> from the edge user site growth, then the separation becomes
> The reason I referred to the 2nd paper is merely to show the benefit
> of including location info in address; not sure where you got the
> implication of no-split.
Aha, I see the benefit of including location info in address. I'm just
interested in what's the best choice of integrating this GRIO with a kind of
id/loc split idea.
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