[spb-isis] Spirent SPB testing

"Garimella, Pavani" <Pavani.Garimella@spirent.com> Fri, 24 June 2011 22:49 UTC

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Hello All, 

This week we were successfully able to demonstrate Spirent’s SPB implementation with Huawei and Alcatel Lucent switches in Ottawa and Calabasas respectively. The  topology included 25 simulated nodes behind emulated router  (network diagram attached). The switches established adjacencies and calculated shortest path trees for the nodes.Please find the console output from Huawei switch and the corresponding capture. 

So far from the preliminary tests and results, looks like we are good to go for the interop testing next week. 


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