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Re: Persistent BGP peer flapping - do you care?
Dave: The state machine + option in MIB can make this option workable via the specification. It is important to let user decide on a peer basis what is worse. Thank you very much for this input. Your input makes the next choices for the BGP spec easier. Thanks again!! Sue Hares At 05:34 PM 1/17/2002 -0500, Dave Israel wrote:
On 1/17/2002 at 14:21:59 -0800, Jake Khuon said: > As for propogation of the bad prefix... well that soapbox has worn paint on > top. If people aren't going to bother following specs in the first place > I'm not sure a new spec will solve anything. It's a question of robustness; if the new spec includes a way to be tolerant of how the spec is (or can be) commonly abused, then the followers of the spec will not be at the mercy of those who deviate. In this case, I think that having the option to keep a session that gives bad routes up, and just dropping the route, is a good answer. That would allow the user to determine which is preferable for a given peer: possible corruption or certain disconnection. -Dave