[c-nsp] IOS XR and router rib rump always-replicate

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Fri Jul 5 16:17:18 EDT 2013

On Friday, March 01, 2013 08:23:04 PM Gert Doering wrote:

> Our experience: it doesn't.  We turned it off with our
> upstreams a few years back, because every time someone
> wanted to use it for real ("every few months") we found
> that some upstream changes had broken it again, like
> "turning up new links but forgetting PIM on them" and
> such.
> And debugging this is a major nightmare, as you need
> clueful people to look at every single step.  Which,
> unfortunately, neither of our then-upstreams were able
> to provide ("we do not see a problem, can we close the
> case?").

Perhaps with NG-MVPN, this could no longer be an issue :-).

Mark <= who may never support an Internet-wide Multicast

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