Fast Initial OSPFv2 LSDB Synchronization for BMA
draft-erblich-fast-init-lsdb-synch-bma-00

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Abstract

This memo documents a feature that significantly decreases the initial LSDB synchronization time in Broadcast Multiple Access (BMA) environments. This implementation only requires a single OSPF speaker per psuedo-node to support this functionality. These changes are implicitly supported within the OSPFv2 protocol. This memo is not intended to serve as a model for any other implementation.

Authors

Mitchell Erblich (erblichs@earthlink.net)

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