Re: [Idr] RS BFD draft

Nick Hilliard <nick@foobar.org> Wed, 19 April 2017 09:12 UTC

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Jeffrey Haas wrote:
> The RS-BFD proposal doesn't preclude other mechanisms for advertising
> alternate paths.  I'd be interested in hearing about RS operators that have
> any intentions of deploying BGP add-paths[1] or diverse paths.

with RS operator hat on, add-paths is interesting; diverse paths less
so.  I'd deploy add-paths on the RS side if there were more client
support out there for it.  Right now, this is thin on the ground.

Nick