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From: Acee Lindem (acee_at_REDBACK.COM)
Date: Fri Oct 18 2002 - 09:04:26 CDT
Yasuhiro Ohara wrote:
> acee> > Do we apply any gating for MaxAge LSAs in OSPF v3. There is this
> acee> > MinLSAInterval timer which is applied to all LSA originations in OSPF v2.
> acee> > Does this hold true in OSPF v3 also? And specially for the Max Age LSAs.
> acee> The MinLSAInterval delay is retained from OSPF v2.
> acee> > Dont we have this concept of "Bad news fast .. Good news slow" here.
> acee> With respect to LSA origination, MinLSAInterval is applied
> acee> equally to re-originations and purging.
> Actually, RFC 2328 is ambiguous about it.
RFC 2328 does say that say a number of times that the "fundamental mechanisms
of OSPF (flooding, DR election, area support, etc) remain unchanged".
> Because it does not mention about it, I think that MinLSInterval
> should not be applied to premature agings, as it lengthen the
> convergence time ... I think we should take the concept "Bad new fast".