Re: [OSPF] TTZ, my 2c

Acee Lindem <> Tue, 09 July 2013 19:22 UTC

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Subject: Re: [OSPF] TTZ, my 2c
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Speaking as WG Member:

I agree with Hannes that the OSPF technology scales well. However, I don't
want to rule out future improvements in the broad scope of use cases TTZ
purports to address.

On 7/9/13 12:13 PM, "Alvaro Retana (aretana)" <> wrote:

>On 7/9/13 2:50 PM, "Acee Lindem" <> wrote:
>>In summary, I'm not against looking at use cases as Russ and Alvaro
>>proposed. However, I'm not convinced TTZ buys you any advantage in any
>Maybe my suggestion wasn't clear.
>Do you think that any of the TTZ-related use cases (not just the ones in
>the applicability draft, but maybe other similar ones) need to be solved?
>I'm not asking whether you think TTZ can solve any of them or whether you
>like that way it may solve them..  I'm asking whether you (or anyone else)
>think that there are issues that need to be solved somehow.  The intent
>would be to then solve them.
>Note that TTZ is a potential solution to a set of issues.  Maybe not the
>best or only solution, but without having a set of requirements/use cases
>to measure against it may be hard to decide which solution to use..if
>there is even a problem, or other solutions..