[c-nsp] RESOLVED: Weird IPv6 problem passing Layer3 traffic

Matthew Huff mhuff at ox.com
Fri Jul 5 17:13:32 EDT 2013

In this case, the BGP never came up at all. I never received an ACK from
the initial SYN, so the BGP session never was established at all. The
other side was a JunOS box, so I don't know the details.

On 7/5/13 1:59 PM, "Nick Hilliard" <nick at foobar.org> wrote:

>On 05/07/2013 18:13, Chuck Church wrote:
>> Yeah, that actually seems worse than dropping all traffic.  I suppose
>> CoPP rules could group 'unknown BGP' into its own class, rather than
>> into class default.  Seeing the drops in the unknown BGP section might
>>be a
>> little more obvious than the class default drops.
>s/your/their/, but otherwise yes, that would be sensible.
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