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From: Rohit Gupta (rohitgupta416_at_YAHOO.COM)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 06:41:05 CST
Since so much discussion is taking place and everybody
is arguing so much .. why cant we include this in the
new OSPF WG charter or maybe make a sub-group which
may start working towards this !!!
I believe that a lot of people will be interested in
What do others say?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Erblichs" <erblichsEARTHLINK.NET>
Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: Subsecond hello and dead rtr timer
support in v2/v3
> What 400k...
> What is 64byte size packet times 300 packets per
> I think its 19.2KB. Thats 19,200 bytes per
> Does anybody have a problem with this extra
> bandwidth??? If you have just 1 sec from determining
> that a rtr is down with a 1Gb link, you save
> 100+ million bytes...
> and there is a chance that you can save 10 secs
> of data . Thats 1 billion bytes..
> Why do you want the full hello packet in the
> interval? Make it simple and small that their is
> minimal overhead to process the packet and doesn't
> use bandwidth..
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