[irs-discuss] Clarification questions ...

Robert Raszuk <robert@raszuk.net> Thu, 02 August 2012 17:45 UTC

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Subject: [irs-discuss] Clarification questions ...
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Q1:

I have seen a framework slide showing IRS Agent withing the router.

I would like to clarify if you are going to have such IRS Agent in each 
router participating in given (maybe new) service in the AS ? How many 
IRS clients your envision ?

Is the model of 1000s of IRS agents talking to 10s of IRS clients as 
example ?

Q2:

Is data currently distributed by routing protocols explicitly prohibited 
to be also distributed by IRS overlay and send to the routers by TBD IRS 
channel ?

Thx a lot !
R.