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[RRG] Map-encap, fragmentation, PMTUD etc.
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- Subject: [RRG] Map-encap, fragmentation, PMTUD etc.
- From: Robin Whittle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 09:53:39 +1000
- Cc: Pekka Savola <email@example.com>
- Organization: First Principles
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I haven't been keeping up with the list of late, but noticed this
message, in the "Re: [RRG] Six/One Router Design Clarifications"
thread. Quoting Pekka, Tony wrote:
> |As a result for encap/decap schemes I specifically want to see
> |how they 100% avoid fragmentation, or describe how they deal with
> Cue Fred. ;-)
Please also take a look at:
My approach is intended to cope gracefully with transition to
jumboframes in the DFZ - so it goes well beyond coping with the
immediate problem of the encapsulation overhead pushing the final
packet length over the 1500 byte limit. I explain it in terms of
Ivip but I think the principles apply just as well to LISP, APT or TRRP.
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