[trill] Shepherd report - draft-ietf-trill-rbridge-multilevel-01.txt

"Susan Hares" <shares@ndzh.com> Tue, 19 April 2016 20:19 UTC

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Status of the draft: Ready to publish 

 

Major concerns: None

Minor concerns: None

 

Nits: page 13 paragraph 3, minor editorial nit 

Old: 

 

/in this case, care must be taken so that , in case RB3 is not the
Designated transition between Level 2 and its area for that
multi-destination packet, but was on the unicast path, that border TRILL
switch in that area not forward the now multi-destination packet back to
level 2. /  

 

New: 

/in this case, care must be taken so that in case in which RB3 is not the
Designated transition between Level 2 and its area for that
multi-destination packet, but was on the unicast path that border TRILL
switch in that area does not forward the now multi-destination packet back
to level 2. /  

 

Page 19 4.1 paragraph 

 

Old/

In the border learning variant of the aggregated nickname alternative, a
unicast packet might be known at Level 1 to Level 2 transition, be forwarded
as a unicast packet to the least cost border TRILL switch advertising
connectivity to the destination area, but turn out to have unknown
destination {mac, Data Label} pair when it arrives at that border TRILL
switch. 

 

New/

In the border learning variant of the aggregated nickname alternative, the
following situation may occur: 

.         a unicast packet might be known at level 1 to level 2  transition
and be forwarded as a unicast packet to the least cost border TRILL switch
advertising connectivity, but  

.         upon arriving at the border trill switch, it turns out to have an
unknown destination { Mac, Data Label } pair when it arrives at the border
TRILL switch. 

/ 

 

Susan Hares