[j-nsp] uRPF config
sonnyfranslay at pacific.net.sg
Thu Sep 18 20:32:35 EDT 2003
Thanks for the reply.
> In other words, feasible path strict uRPF works in most cases also with
> asymmetrical routing and multihomed scenarios. This is only implemented
> by Juniper AFAIK.
so what is the significant of "rpf-check mode loose" on the interface when
I use feasible path?
Also what would the be the effect when I have a default route configured?
As far as I can gather from the juniper.net/techpubs is this:
"Loose modeAll packets are automatically accepted. For this reason, we
recommend that you not configure unicast RPF loose mode on interfaces that
the default route uses."
BTW, I am using junos 5.6R2.4
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