Re: Adjacency index

Bob Stewart <rlstewart@eng.xyplex.com> Fri, 28 August 1992 17:40 UTC

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From: Bob Stewart <rlstewart@eng.xyplex.com>
To: phiv-mib@pa.dec.com
In-Reply-To: saperia@tcpjon.ogo.dec.com's message of Fri, 28 Aug 92 12:20:31 -0400 <9208281620.AA10842@tcpjon.ogo.dec.com>
Subject: Re: Adjacency index

I've been thinking all along that the circuit number we're talking about is
the unique index per known circuit that's used to find a circuit in the MIB
circuit tables.  I don't see a motivation to use any other circuit
identification for the adjacency table.  Circuit index is the common thread
throughout the MIB.

	Bob