Targeted LDP Hello Reduction
draft-pdutta-mpls-tldp-hello-reduce-02

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Abstract

Targeted LDP Hellos are used for establishing adjacencies with non- directly connected peers. After an LDP session is established to a targeted peer, the session Keepalives are sufficient to notify the intent of an LSR to maintain its adjacency with the peer. This document proposes a mechanism to turn off Targeted LDP Hellos after LDP session is established to a peer.

Authors

Giles Heron (giheron@cisco.com)
Pranjal Dutta (pranjal.dutta@alcatel-lucent.com)
Thomas Nadeau (Thomas.Nadeau@ca.com)

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