[c-nsp] Sub-second Fast Reconvergence for OSPF?

Church, Chuck cchurch at netcogov.com
Mon Feb 13 14:38:35 EST 2006

I think all the images which support NSF (Non-Stop Forwarding) support
sub-second hellos for OSPF, along with other aggressive timer
adjustability to allow wicked-fast reconvergence. 

Chuck Church
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Is there a feature on Cisco IOS that supported this today? If not OSPF,
about IS-IS? Or what combination of features would allow fast layer-3 
reconvergence in under a second in a LAN-based environment?


William Chu

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