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I-D ACTION:draft-kengo-bgp-integrity-check-00.txt



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	Title		: Automatically BGP Integrity Check using IRR-DB
	Author(s)	: K. Nagahashi
	Filename	: draft-kengo-bgp-integrity-check-00.txt
	Pages		: 6
	Date		: 21-Feb-02
	
In interdomain routing environment, it is often observed Multiple Origin 
ASes and it causes instability in interdomain routing. To work around
its problem, this draft describes the mechanism of automatically 
integrity check about origin AS. In this approach, BGP router compares
with the origin AS in BGP UPDATE and origin AS in IRR database. 
Also this draft defines messages between BGP router and IRR-DB to 
transmit query and reply packet. And by introducing the cache mechanism 
in BGP router, it can apply route flapping environment.

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