[c-nsp] BGP neighbor fall-over vs BFD

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Sun Jul 14 13:28:19 EDT 2013

On Monday, March 11, 2013 07:07:27 PM Bruce Pinsky wrote:

> fall-over basically tears down the peering session as
> soon as reachability to the peering address is lost.  It
> is event-driven rather than timer based session
> deactivation.  The issue with the feature is that there
> is no delay/dampening method and so a momentary loss of
> reachability can result in the peer(s) being torn down.

Another issue is that there is no native IPv6 support for 
the feature.

The way Cisco have implemented this for IPv6 is together 
with BFD.

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