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Re: [nsp] IS-IS over IP?

  • From: Howard C. Berkowitz
  • Date: Tue Apr 04 10:31:07 2000


On Tue, Apr 04, 2000 at 09:35:30AM -0400, Howard C. Berkowitz wrote:
 > Is anyone running IS-IS over IPv4, rather than a data link protocol,
 > in production? If so, does it appear to solve the jumbo LSP and
 > medium dependency problems?

ISIS is a routing protocol that runs over ISO/clns - so what is your
question ?

/Jesper
As opposed to OSPF, which runs over IP, and BGP, which runs over TCP, (Integrated) ISIS is defined to run directly over the data link layer. There is an internet draft about enabling ISIS to run over IP. I'm trying to find operational experience with it.

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