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Four Byte AS Number Experiment. MAEMURA Akinori [email protected] JPNIC / France Telecom. Summary. Not proposal but Informational Raising an idea for 4-byte ASN experiment for discussion Idea itself Procedures from now on Etc…. Background.

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Four byte as number experiment

Four Byte AS Number Experiment

MAEMURA Akinori

[email protected]

JPNIC / France Telecom


Summary
Summary

  • Not proposal but Informational

  • Raising an idea for 4-byte ASN experiment for discussion

    • Idea itself

    • Procedures from now on

    • Etc…


Background
Background

  • draft-ietf-idr- as4bytes-12.txt “BGP Support for Four-octet AS Number Space”

    • Defines protocol extension with which BGP can handle four-octet ASN

  • prop-032-v002: 4-byte AS number policy proposal

    • On-demand assignment of 32bit only ASN from Jan 2007

    • Default assignment of 32 bit only ASN from Jan 2009

  • Consensus reached, EC Endorsed

  • One can obtain a four-byte ASN in January 2007


Problem
Problem?

  • The existing Autonomous System operators with a 16-bit ASN cannot use their own ASN to try that protocol extension

    • A new ASN holder only can try before the cut-off of their service provision

  • Tests in isolated test beds will not be enough to check the normal operation of 4 byte ASNs

    • The whole live Internet need test before an Autonomous System with 32-bit ASN will have live traffic


This is a similar situation with
This is a similar situation with…

  • RFC1797 – “Class A Subnet Experiment”

    • Allowed any AS operators to have a /24 class A subnet advertised and used in the live Internet

    • Operators verified if their hosts (especially old implementations ) can handle a Class A subnet


Basic idea
Basic idea

  • Defining experimental 32-bit ASNs

    • To allow operators to try 32-bit ASN on in the live Internet

  • Defining experimental IPv4 address block

    • To allow operators to install test hosts in that experimental AS to communicate with other Internet hosts

  • Effective in a limited time duration


A possible proposal
A possible proposal

  • Defining experimental 32-bit ASN

    • Let’s say 39.[existing ASN] for 16-bit ASN holders

    • Let’s say 39.[49152—65535] for non ASN holders

      • 49152 == 1100 0000 , 65535 == 1111 1111

  • Defining experimental IPv4 /24 blocks

    • Let’s reuse net 39 as RFC1979

      • 39.[upper byte of existing ASN].[lower byte].0 / 24

      • 39.192.0.0/24 – 39.255.255.0/24 for non ASN holders

  • Defining the duration of experiment

    • Let’s say till December 2009

      • Consistent with prop-032-v002 – RIRs will stop distinguishing 16-bit and 32-bit ASNs


Your thought
Your thought?

  • For the idea of experiment itself

  • Also talking among [email protected]

  • Could be compiled as an Internet-Draft


Thank you
Thank You !

Four Byte AS Number Experiment

MAEMURA Akinori

[email protected]

Japan Network Information Center

France Telecom Research & Development Tokyo


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