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Hi Everyone,

This draft provides a unified framework in using RBv to solve LAN and LAG 
edge connectivity in TRILL. Then the member Rbridges in a RBv can provide 
active-active load balancing to their connected end nodes in a same VLAN. 
Your review and feedback are greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,
Zhai Hongjun
 Protocol Development Dept.VI, Central R&D Institute, ZTE Corporation
 No. 68, Zijinghua Road, Yuhuatai District, Nanjing, P.R.China, 210012
 Zhai Hongjun
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 Email: zhai.hongjun@zte.com.cn

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2012-08-27 09:53

tsenevir@cisco.com, d3e3e3@gmail.com, radia@alum.mit.edu, 
hu.fangwei@zte.com.cn, zhangmingui@huawei.com
New Version Notification for draft-hu-trill-pseudonode-nickname-03.txt

A new version of I-D, draft-hu-trill-pseudonode-nickname-03.txt
has been successfully submitted by Hongjun Zhai and posted to the
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Filename:                 draft-hu-trill-pseudonode-nickname
Revision:                 03
Title:                            RBridge: Pseudo-Nickname
Creation date:            2012-08-26
WG ID:                            Individual Submission
Number of pages: 16


   At the edg of TRILL campus, some RBridges provide end-station
   services to their attached end stations; these RBridges are called
   edge RBridges.  To avoid potential frame duplication or loops in
   TRILL campus, only one edge RBridge is permitted to provide such
   services in a VLAN at all times to its attached end stations even
   they are also attached to other edge RBridges.  However, in some
   application scenarios, for example in Link Aggregation Group (LAG),
   more than one edge RBridge is required to provide such services to an
   end station even in a VLAN to improve resiliency and maximize the
   available network bandwidth, which causes the flip-flopping of the
   egress RBridge nickname for such an end station in remote RBridges'
   forwarding tables.  In this document, the concept of Virtual RBridge,
   along with its pseudo-nickname, is introduced to address the above


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