Re: [Idr] 2 Week WG Adoption call for draft-ymbk-idr-rs-bfd-00 (3/2/2015 to 3/16/2015)

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Mon, 16 March 2015 10:59 UTC

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hi david,

clue bat, please.  how does your scheme tell the rs to give me next best
paths instead of those over the failing link?

how likely are we to get the bfd hacks from C, J, A, B, ...?  in our
draft, we are trying to minimize dependence on vendor hacks for a
reason.  their frelling bfds are not even fully compatible today.

but i definitely appreciate this discussion as opposed to reading the
completely engineering-free discussions on the ietf list etc.  and i
look forward to discussing this with you in dallas.

randy