Re: [spb-isis] ALU box is up and we have

Peter Ashwood-Smith <Peter.AshwoodSmith@huawei.com> Wed, 29 June 2011 20:13 UTC

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Sorry for the delay getting an update. We were playing how many engineers
does it take to make an RS232 cable to USB serial port adapter ;) We are
embarrased at the answer.

Anyway we now have 186 nodes including the ALU Omniswitch which happily
formed SPB adjacencies with the Avaya and the Huawei and the Spirent while
the Solana passive NNI box is happily displaying the SPB topology. 

We are just configuring the ALU to join an ISID and start looking at the
routing.

Fun fun ..

Peter/John/Stephan and Edgard








-----Original Message-----
From: spb-isis-bounces@ietf.org [mailto:spb-isis-bounces@ietf.org] On Behalf
Of Peter Ashwood-Smith
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 4:55 PM
To: spb-isis@ietf.org
Subject: Re: [spb-isis] SPB interop - 92 nodes 212 links ..


Just finishing up for today. Stable at 91 nodes. 
We experimented around with different link metrics and the BridgePriorities
today.

Noted some problems with metric displays and honoring of BridgePriorities

Will send static IP information to those of you doing development so you can
log on to your switches tonight.

Peter

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Subject: [spb-isis] SPB interop - 92 nodes 212 links ..


SPB Status:
    mode SPBM, nodes 91, links 212, adj 5, ufib 180, mfib 28

Waiting for ALU .. hopefully tomorrow?

Peter

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