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On Thu, 11 Nov 2004, Tony Hain wrote:
replace with:
'The behavior of exterior routing protocol sessions between administrative
routing regions MUST be to ignore receipt of and not advertise the FC00::/7
prefix. A network operator MAY specifically configure prefixes longer than
FC00::/7 for inter-site communication.'

So, are you requiring that BGP will have to have a configuration knob to to special-case fc00::/7? (This cannot be done using the typical route-map/policy statements, because it has to be on by default and not interfere with the operators configuring their own policy.)

Has this been reviewed by the idr working group?

To be fair, I think the earlier draft also seemed a bit inappropriate.

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