[c-nsp] General performance based routing question?

Benny Amorsen benny+usenet at amorsen.dk
Fri May 22 05:02:31 EDT 2009

Brad Hedlund <brhedlun at cisco.com> writes:

> No, not at all.  PFR runs locally on the router and does not rely on any
> other routers having PFR enabled (unless you have separated the MC
> function).  PFR makes traffic engineering decisions based on the traffic
> measurements on your routers only.  You do not need any special
> configuration, coordination, or support from a 3rd party.

Does PfR do anything for incoming traffic, or is it strictly for
outgoing traffic?

Dynamic, automatic management of BGP-prefix-prepending and BGP
communities would be quite neat. If Cisco solved that problem I'd be
very impressed.


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