OSPF vs IS-IS
sfouant at shortestpathfirst.net
Thu Aug 11 17:35:48 CDT 2011
I'll go with that... And one other thing... Traditionally it has been easier for developers to add new features to IS-IS because of the structure and flexibility of TLVs, whereas OSPF required the design of entirely new LSA types to support similar capabilities... I guess this has become less of an issue over the last few years however...
Nonetheless, if I was building a greenfield network today, I would personally go with IS-IS, but that is largely because of my many years working with the protocol...
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On Aug 11, 2011, at 6:19 PM, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
>> The only reason in my opinion to run IS-IS rather than OSPF today is
>> due to the fact that IS-IS is decoupled from IP making it less
>> vulnerable to attacks.
> how about simpler and more stable?
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