BGP Persistent Route Oscillation Solutions
draft-walton-bgp-route-oscillation-stop-09

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Abstract

In this document we present two sets of paths for an address prefix that can be advertised by a BGP route reflector or confederation ASBR to eliminate the MED-induced route oscillations in a network. The first set involves all the available paths, and would achieve the same routing consistency as the full IBGP mesh. The second set, which is a subset of the first one, involves the neighbor-AS based Group Best Paths, and would be sufficient to eliminate the MED- induced route oscillations (subject to certain commonly adopted topological constrains).

Authors

Daniel Walton (dwalton@cumulusnetworks.com)
Alvaro Retana (aretana@cisco.com)
Enke Chen (enkechen@cisco.com)
John Scudder (jgs@juniper.net)

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