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Basic BGP Convergence Benchmarking Methodology for Data Plane Convergence
draft-ietf-bmwg-bgp-basic-convergence-00

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This is an older version of an Internet-Draft that was ultimately published as RFC 7747.
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Authors Rajiv Papneja , Bhavani Parise , Susan Hares , Dean Lee , Ilya Varlashkin
Last updated 2014-01-03 (Latest revision 2013-07-02)
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Abstract

BGP is widely deployed and used by several service providers as the default Inter AS routing protocol. It is of utmost importance to ensure that when a BGP peer or a downstream link of a BGP peer fails, the alternate paths are rapidly used and routes via these alternate paths are installed. This document provides the basic BGP Benchmarking Methodology using existing BGP Convergence Terminology, RFC 4098.

Authors

Rajiv Papneja
Bhavani Parise
Susan Hares
Dean Lee
Ilya Varlashkin

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