[c-nsp] MPLS TE explicit-path: secondary ip as next-address

Artyom Viklenko artem at viklenko.net
Tue Feb 5 07:01:42 EST 2013

05.02.2013 13:47, Adam Vitkovsky пишет:
> You haven't quite answered my first question :)
> Let's say you have two routers A and B
> -are A and B connected via two ip interfaces/links?

In some part of network we have more than one link between
two neighboring routers, as I noted in previous answer.
More over, in some case closest (topological) link is not
considered best path due to fees, delay, etc... So we use
per-interface next-hops in explicit paths instead of router-id's.


> Because if that's not the case,
> than you can use loopback ip addresses of A and B -rather than A's and B's
> interface address to dictate an explicit path for te-tunnels.
> adam

Sincerely yours,
  Artyom Viklenko.

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