Link State protocols SPF trigger and delay algorithm impact on IGP micro-loops
draft-ietf-rtgwg-spf-uloop-pb-statement-04

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Last updated 2017-11-24 (latest revision 2017-05-23)
Replaces draft-litkowski-rtgwg-spf-uloop-pb-statement
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Abstract

A micro-loop is a packet forwarding loop that may occur transiently among two or more routers in a hop-by-hop packet forwarding paradigm. In this document, we are trying to analyze the impact of using different Link State IGP implementations in a single network in regards of micro-loops. The analysis is focused on the SPF triggers and SPF delay algorithm.

Authors

Stephane Litkowski (stephane.litkowski@orange.com)
Bruno Decraene (bruno.decraene@orange.com)
Martin Horneffer (Martin.Horneffer@telekom.de)

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