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From: Alex Zinin (azininNEXSI.COM)
Date: Thu Jul 05 2001 - 02:17:59 CDT
Regarding the question itself, if I recall correctly,
the remote IP is supposed to be included in all situations
where it is known. TE needs this address for signalling.
OSPF knows this address from the neighbor data structure.
Regarding some description, my understanding is that this
request was already made as a part of the WG review process...
-- Alex Zinin
Tuesday, July 03, 2001, 3:43:58 PM, Anouk Rocher wrote:
> Alex Zinin, Dave Katz etc may know this better.
> However, my reading of the draft make me think that > Local Ip and Remore Ip are not valid for > broadcast links. The Link ID field identifies the link > for which the TE information is being specified.
> What I don't understand is that why this information > is needed at all. The Link ID field identifies the > link correctly in for both point to point and broadcast > so these appear redundant.
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