dst_as acl's

From: Bob Purdon <bobp@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 15:27:39 +1000 (EST)

Hi All,

We're experimenting with using ACL's based on destination ASN in order to
force traffic over cheaper paths where appropriate.

Are there any known problems when the reply from whois.ra.net exceeds 4kb?
I'm not sure if I've configured it wrongly, or it's just broken.

For example, with as 9300 I get a 93 byte reply from whois.ra.net and
everything works fine. With AS 2764 I get a huge reply from whois.ra.net
and squid chokes in storeClientCopy2 (loopdetect < 10).

Not being familiar with the innards of Squid, I was hoping someone else
may have some ideas or already have solved this one. Failing that I'll
have to jump into the code.


Bob Purdon,
Technical Manager,
Southern Internet Services.

PGP key at: http://www.southcom.com.au/~bobp/bobp.asc
Received on Thu May 21 1998 - 21:30:34 MDT

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