Re: 64share v2

otroan@employees.org Wed, 11 November 2020 12:58 UTC

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Subject: Re: 64share v2
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> > It's unclear what the act would imply here though.
> > Resending RS?
> 
> That's one thing one can do. Basically if the old world view seems to not 
> be correct anymore, re-discover. So if you before discovered the world 
> with RS+DHCPv6+DHCP, retry them all. Worst thing that can happen is that 
> you end up with same world view again. Best thing that can happen is that 
> you discover that your old world view no longer is correct and you 
> discover a new one.
> 
> Do we really need to solve this problem in order to solve the problem of how to distribute the information? Or rather - do we need to solve the problems together, in the same draft?

I thought the answer to that was no when writing RFC3315. In hindsight leaving those musky corner cases out was a mistake.
If there is a chance that state will be lost in the PE, we should specify a way for the CE to detect it. Otherwise you'd live the site blackholed.

Ole