Re: [Teas] Proposed enhancement to draft-ietf-teas-yang-path-computation

Dhruv Dhody <dhruv.dhody@huawei.com> Thu, 01 November 2018 01:15 UTC

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To: Italo Busi <Italo.Busi@huawei.com>, TEAS WG <teas@ietf.org>
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Subject: Re: [Teas] Proposed enhancement to draft-ietf-teas-yang-path-computation
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Hi Italo,

Overall it make sense, but…


(1)  What are your thoughts on the state (compute-only) created at T1. And maybe the request (at T2) never comes? Would this live forever? Some mechanism to clear this would be nice!

(2)   Also let’s consider a case where MDSC asks a PNC to compute bunch of paths from various IN branch nodes to EXIT branch nodes (common in case of H-PCE like computations on transit domain) and based on the path computation at MDSC (or parent PCE) it determines that one of them needs to be setup. So in this cases should we stay away from this? Or is there a way to use this still!

I remember ages ago this was discussed in PCE WG as well (but that was before we had stateful PCE), maybe a good idea to think about it again!

Thanks!
Dhruv

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Subject: [Teas] Proposed enhancement to draft-ietf-teas-yang-path-computation


Dear TEAS WG,



Following-up mailing list discussions after IETF 102, we would like to discuss the proposal for a possible enhancement to the path computation RPC defined in draft-ietf-teas-yang-path-computation-03



The stateless path computation solution  requires that the YANG DS server (e.g., a PNC)  computes a path twice before setting up an LSP: at time T1, when its client (e.g., an MDSC) sends a path computation RPC request, and later, at time T2, when the same client (MDSC) creates a te-tunnel requesting the setup of the LSP.



The underlying assumption is that, if network conditions have not changed, the same path that has been computed at time T1 is also computed at time T2, by the server (PNC) and therefore the path that is setup at time T2 is exactly the same path that has been computed at time T1



From the mailing list discussion after IETF 102, it seems that some people think that it is not necessary to guarantee that the path setup at time T2 is exactly the same as the path computed at time T1 but only that it has the same or better metrics, while other people would like to be able to setup at time T2 the path computed at time T1, if still available



One possibility to achieve the latter behavior is to use the stateful path computation solution described in section 3.3.1 of draft-ietf-teas-yang-te-17. However, this approach has some drawbacks as described in section 3.3 of draft-ietf-teas-yang-path-computation-03



We think that it is also possible to define some extensions to the path computation RPC where the server (PNC), after having received a path computation RPC request, maintains some “temporary state” associated to the path computed at time T1 and allows the client (MDSC) to request, at time T2, the setup of that path, if still available.



The solution we are considering is similar to the compute-only mode but, to avoid a stateful approach, is leveraging the path computation RPC and the separation between config and state DS, in line with the NMDA architecture.



At time T1, after having computed a path, as requested by a path computation RPC request, the server (PNC) also creates a compute-only te-tunnel in the state DS reporting the computed path. This would be similar to the stateful solution with the only difference that there is no te-tunnel in the config DS.



At time T2, the client (e.g., MDSC) can request to setup that path by creating a te-tunnel (not in compute-only mode) in the config DS using the same tunnel-name of the existing te-tunnel  in the state datastore: this will trigger the server (PNC) to setup the path that has been computed at time T1, if still available.



Question for the TEAS WG: do you think that a solution that allows requesting the setup a path previously computed, as described above, would be useful?



Thanks, Carlo, Francesco, Sergio and Italo

Italo Busi
Principal Optical Transport Network Research Engineer
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