[c-nsp] ASR9K limitations

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Mon Aug 13 04:16:38 EDT 2012

On Sunday, August 12, 2012 07:57:04 PM Mikael Abrahamsson 

> Best way is to just disable DAD on core point to point
> interfaces.
> This issue has been there for a long time, and I'm not
> sure exactly what behaviour Cisco should go for, but
> disabling DAD on core interfaces is definitely a sure
> way to go.

Not a bad idea, except that there have been cases where 
circuits to customers have been extended across DWDM. 
Granted, these would also tend to be point-to-point in 
nature, but not necessarily core-facing.

Besides, like IOS and IOS XE, Juniper doesn't have this 
issue, so they're clearly interpreting the RFC a different 

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