[j-nsp] Junos ospf question
dim0sal at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 25 05:23:17 EDT 2013
I thought about and ACL but it's a very last escape...
I'd prefer TCP storage session is not attracted at all...
> From: bradley at internode.com.au
> To: dim0sal at hotmail.com
> CC: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Subject: Re: [j-nsp] Junos ospf question
> Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2013 09:18:49 +0000
> I'm thinking the answer is not ospf magic, but rather some form of QoS policy on the 1Gig link, or even an ACL to selectively slow/block your specific high throughput networks.
> On 25/09/2013, at 18:09, "R S" <dim0sal at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > basically I've a triangulation A - B - C - A
> > single area 0
> > A-B link is 10Gbs
> > A-C and B-C is 1 Gbs
> > since in A-B run a very high volume of traffic (storage), I do not want if A-B fails this traffic goes through C
> > C redistribute as well statics into OSPF
> > Hope it clear now
> > Subject: Re: [j-nsp] Junos ospf question
> > From: p1 at westerlund.se
> > Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2013 10:23:39 +0200
> > CC: ipv6freely at gmail.com; juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
> > To: dim0sal at hotmail.com
> > Can you give some more details? I'm not sure I understand all of your requirements.
> > Are you trying to influence something native to OSPF, or are you talking about setting metrics for routes redistributed (Cisco-speak) from another protocol?
> > /Per
> > 25 sep 2013 kl. 10:09 skrev R S <dim0sal at hotmail.com>:I understood the same and I need to be able to drop network announcement in a very granular way...
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