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Re: Preserving established communications (was RE: about draft-nordmark-multi6-noid-00)
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On måndag, okt 27, 2003, at 14:26 Europe/Stockholm, Erik Nordmark wrote:
> ply-To: Erik Nordmark <Erik.Nordmark@sun.com>
>>> The routing system seems to be good enough for this purpose when
>>> sites are
>>> not multihomed.
>> Well, i am not sure about this.
>> Current studies of bgp convergence time are talking about up to 15
>> of BGP convergence when a route is withdrawn. Established
>> clearly don't survive this.
> OK, but fixing the BGP convergence time isn't in scope for this WG.
> My logic is to try to find where multihoming makes things different.
> The fact that BGP convergence time in the currrent Internet is worse
> desired is something that should be addressed independently of
Agreed with Erik. There is also no need to use BGP as we know it
> If not, shouldn't multihoming fix other pressing problems like world
Now that you mention it....;-)
- - kurtis -
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