[AusNOG] Happy new year / New rules for age-restricted internetand mobile content after the 20th of january 2008
mmc at internode.com.au
Fri Jan 4 11:47:21 EST 2008
David J. Hughes wrote:
> On 04/01/2008, at 9:59 AM, Mark Newton wrote:
>>> Put filtered users in one VRF and dirty pr0n sucking users in another
>>> VRF :) Don't show your peering routes to the family friendly folk.
>>> Not a major problem there.
>> Why would routes be different based on a customer's censorship
> Because for "clean" customers you only want to use paths you learn
> via your Clean Transit Providers and not your dirty peering connections.
My point to Bevan was that the company I work for isn't in a position to
buy in a "clean feed" - we buy NO international transit in Oz and we
have no intention of doing so to solve the government's political agenda.
So, we'd need to do it ourselves - which would mean a high upfront cost
and added network complexity.
> Yeah - I'll try again. Filtering HTTP delivered content is possible
> but damn expensive. For everything else (torrents, ftp, irc, posted
> CD-ROM) all bets are off.
We've started running IPv6 native. Wonder if anyone's made an
appliance for doing that?
Matthew Moyle-Croft - Internode/Agile - Networks
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