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From: Alex Zinin (azininNEXSI.COM)
Date: Fri Jan 11 2002 - 10:19:45 CST
I think Manoj is asking about the draft katz-yeung,
which does use the remote interface IP address.
Manoj, do not take my answer as final, but my recollection
is that this TLV is included whenever the remote IP is
known for the advertising router, regardless of the link type.
-- Alex Zinin
Friday, January 11, 2002, 7:58:23 AM, Pyda Srisuresh wrote:
> Address-TLV is not used in OSPF-TE. Link-ID and Link-Data for each > TE link type (ptop, multi-access etc.) are specified in conjunction > with TE-Router LSA. Only 4 types of TLVs are spacified for now. These > are: SRLG-TLV, BWA-TLV, LUG-TLV and COLOR-TLV.
> Rev2 of the OSPF-TE draft should be out anytime. I sent the revised > draft to the IETF a week ago.
> Hope this helps. Have a nice day.
> cheers, > suresh
> --- Manoj Dutta <manojIPINFUSION.COM> wrote: >> Hi, >> >> Is the remote interface address tlv in OSPF-TE LSAs only used for PTP >> links or is it used for multiaccess links also? If it is used for >> multiaccess links then, what is the significance of this tlv ? >> >> Thanks >> Manoj
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